# SOLUTION: A salesperson has two job offers. Company A offers a weekly salary of \$200 plus commission of 10% of sales. Company B offers a weekly salary of \$400 plus commission of 5% of sales.

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 Question 173183This question is from textbook Introductory Algebra : A salesperson has two job offers. Company A offers a weekly salary of \$200 plus commission of 10% of sales. Company B offers a weekly salary of \$400 plus commission of 5% of sales. What is the amount of sales above which Company A's offer is the same as Company B's?This question is from textbook Introductory Algebra Answer by Mathtut(3670)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!equation for company A is 200+10s.....s representing sales. : equation for company B is 400+.05s : lets set them equal to each other to find out when A=B : 200+.10s=400+.05s : .05s=200 : dollars in sales- the point at which Company A plan will equal Company B's plan.