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Commission and Piece Work

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Commission and Piece Work
Starter
Calculating commission and piece work wages
Steve works at a factory making machine parts. He earns a basic rate of £7.20 per hour plus 3p for every part he makes. One day he works for 8 hours and makes 1700 parts. Work out his wage for that day.
Commission and Piece Work
Commission is paid on sales, normally as a percentage of the sale amount.

Piece work is paid on manufactured goods, normally as an amount per item of suitable quality.

Both commission and piece work are often paid on top of a flat rate.
L.O. - Understand pay as you go wages in terms of earning commission or piece work
Start on the left, work your way across doing the calculations in your head, and write down the answer.

START ANSWER

45 >> ÷ 9 , + 15 , ÷ 4 , x 8 , x 3 , ÷ 4 , - 3 , ÷ 3 , - 6 ………….

54 >> ÷ 2 , - 9 , x 2 , x 2 , - 11 , x 2 , - 5 , ÷ 9 , x 3 ………….

29 >> x 2 , + 2 , ÷ 20 , x 4 , x 8 , + 2 , ÷ 7 , ÷ 2 , + 13 ………….

84 >> ÷ 4 , + 14 , ÷ 7 , x 8 , ÷ 4 , x 8 , + 15 , ÷ 19 , x 20 ………….

23 >> - 9 , x 2 , x 3 , - 20 , ÷ 8 , x 6 , + 24 , ÷ 8 , x 3 ………….
Starter
Start on the left, work your way across doing the calculations in your head, and write down the answer.

START ANSWER

45 >> ÷ 9 , + 15 , ÷ 4 , x 8 , x 3 , ÷ 4 , - 3 , ÷ 3 , - 6 …
3
.

54 >> ÷ 2 , - 9 , x 2 , x 2 , - 11 , x 2 , - 5 , ÷ 9 , x 3 …
39
.

29 >> x 2 , + 2 , ÷ 20 , x 4 , x 8 , + 2 , ÷ 7 , ÷ 2 , + 13 …
20
.

84 >> ÷ 4 , + 14 , ÷ 7 , x 8 , ÷ 4 , x 8 , + 15 , ÷ 19 , x 20 …
100
.

23 >> - 9 , x 2 , x 3 , - 20 , ÷ 8 , x 6 , + 24 , ÷ 8 , x 3 …
27
.
Calculating commission and piece work wages
Steve works at a factory making machine parts. He earns a basic rate of £7.20 per hour plus 3p for every part he makes. One day he works for 8 hours and makes 1700 parts. Work out his wage for that day.
£7.20 x 8 = £57.60
1700 x 0.03 = £51.
Total = £57.60 + £51 = £108.60
Calculating commission and piece work wages
Paris sells cars at a showroom. She earns a salary of £27000 per year paid monthly plus commission of 2% on all sales. In one month Paris makes £87000 worth of sales. Work out her wages for that month.
Calculating commission and piece work wages
Paris sells cars at a showroom. She earns a salary of £27000 per year paid monthly plus commission of 2% on all sales. In one month Paris makes £87000 worth of sales. Work out her wages for that month.
£27000 ÷ 12 = £2250
2% of 87000 = 87000 ÷ 100 x 2 = £1740

Monthly wage = £2250 + £1740 = £3990
Main Activity
Complete the worksheet on commission and piece work.
Dice of Ultimate Power

1) Give a key word for the lesson.
2) Summarise one key point for the
lesson.
3) Explain one thing you have learned this
lesson.
4) State one thing you still don't understand following this lesson.
5) Suggest one thing you would like to find out
based on this lesson.
6) Free choice from 1 to 5, or another you make
up.
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