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A factory that employs 1,000 assembly-line workers pays each of these

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A factory that employs 1,000 assembly-line workers pays each of these workers $6 per hour for the first 35 hours worked during a week and 1.25 times that rate for hours worked in excess of 35. What was the total payroll for the assembly line workers for a week in which 60 percent of them worked 20 hours, 30 percent worked 40 hours, and the rest worked 50 hours?

A. $150,500
B. $155,000
C. $ 162,500
D. $168,000
E. $178,500

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A factory that employs 1,000 assembly-line workers pays each of these workers $6 per hour for the first 35 hours worked during a week and 1.25 times that rate for hours worked in excess of 35. What was the total payroll for the assembly line workers for a week in which 60 percent of them worked 20 hours, 30 percent worked 40 hours, and the rest worked 50 hours?

A. $150,500
B. $155,000
C. $ 162,500
D. $168,000
E. $178,500
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