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Hiring Help Businesses incur many costs. Can you think of some advantages of hiring specialized professionals to perform certain tasks?

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Lesson Objective Calculate the total building maintenance charge. Content Vocabulary labor charge The cost of paying people to do a job, usually calculated on an hourly basis for each service person.

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Central Law Offices hired Commercial Painting Service to paint its offices. Four painters worked 23 hours each to complete the job. The regular hourly rate for each painter is $29.00. All work was done on weekends, so the painters were paid time and a half. The painters used 42 gallons of paint, for which they charged $19.75 per gallon. What was the total charge for painting the offices? Example 1

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Find the labor charge. ($29.00 × 1.5) × 23 hours × 4 = $4,002.00 Example 1 Answer: Step 1

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Find the materials charge. 42 × $19.75 = $829.50 Example 1 Answer: Step 2

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Find the total charge. Labor Charge + Materials Charge $4,002.00 + $829.50 = $4,831.50 Example 1 Answer: Step 3

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Joe Medeiros hired a roofing company to roof his house. The roofing company has 4 workers who earn $16 per hour each to do the job. Each worker spent 14 hours on the job. The materials charge was $2,005. Find the total charge. Practice 1

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$2,901 Practice 1 Answer

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Moon Cleaning cleans and maintains an office area that is 50 feet by 62 feet. The contract calls for $5.25 per square foot annually. What is the monthly charge? Practice 2

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$1,356.25 Practice 2 Answer

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