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What is 10% more of 13?

I work at a grocery store and we are going to start getting paid 10% more because we are working during the coronavirus crisis. Since my usual pay is 13 and hour how much will I be getting paid now?

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  • 1 week ago
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    14.3                

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  • 5 days ago

    10% of 13 is 1.3 so 10% more of 13 is 13 + 1.3 = 14.3.

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  • JB
    Lv 7
    6 days ago

    multiply existing pay by 1.1 the first 1 copies your present pay and the second 1 (after the decimal point) adds in 10%, because as a decimal 10%=0.1=0.10.

    So, the answer is 13 x 1.1 = 14.3, i.e. $14.30 per hour.

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  • Hockey
    Lv 6
    1 week ago

    10% of 13 is 1.30.

    13 plus 1.30 is 14.30

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  • D g
    Lv 7
    1 week ago

    im guessing you are NOT  a math major

    13 * 10/100 = 13 * 0.1 = 1.3

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    • Zac Z
      Lv 7
      4 days agoReport

      @stevenscottoddballz: Looks like D g is "NOT an English major" since he obviously lacks reading comprehension skills!   ;-)

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  • 1 week ago

    110/100 * 13 = 14.3 (Answer) 

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  • RR
    Lv 7
    1 week ago

    13 x 110/100 = 14.3

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  • 1 week ago

    10% more of 13 = 14.3

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  • 1 week ago

    10% is the same as 1/10.

    So you are getting an additional $1.30 per hour (a total of $14.30/hr).

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  • 1 week ago

    If it's 10% more, then multiply it by 1.1:

    13 * 1.1 = $14.30

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  • 1 week ago

    another 1.30 an hour

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