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 Dividing the tips 2020-01-02 From Pat:trying to figure out division of tips I have 3 full time employees 40 hrs a week and 1 part time worker 12 hours a week what percentages do i give them to give them appropriate tips :-)Answered by Harley Weston. Sale price and employee discount 2019-01-18 From Margaret:What is the formula to find the 75% off full price item that was already marked 30% off?Answered by Penny Nom. GST and PST 2013-07-22 From Bev:Total sales revenues are 116391.38 this amount includes 5% GST and 80% of this amount includes a 7% provincial tax. The other 20% is PST exempt. GST is included in all. How do I figure the PST I owe?Answered by Penny Nom. What is the subtotal & GST? 2013-03-04 From REBECCA:Hi, I have a total of \$300. What is the subtotal & GST? How do I work backwards?Answered by Penny Nom. GST in New Zealand 2012-10-10 From Colleen:I work out my claimable gst each month but need to know the total sales or purchases amounts for filling in my six monthly paper work. How do I do that. I tried doing the opposite of calculating the gst i.e. x3 and /23 but it is slightly different to my total.Answered by Penny Nom. A profit of 35% 2012-09-07 From Jack:If a product cost me \$10.00 and I want a profit of 35% what is my sell price? How do I figure the sale price to make a 35% profit on the sale?Answered by Penny Nom. Knitting gauge and felting 2003-10-27 From Sara: I wish to create a pattern to knit an item that will then be felted, thus, shrink as a result. In order to determine the proper gauge to use in creating the item, I produced a gauge swatch, noted the original properties and then the post-felting properties. They are as follow: Before Felting: 20 stitches(width) x 20 rows(height)yielded: Gauge: 3.2 stitches(width) and 4 rows(height) = 1" Dimensions: 6.25"(width) x 5.25"(height) After Felting: 20 stitches(width) x 20 rows(height) Dimensions: 4"(width) x 3"(height) How do I calculate the percentage change in size to accurately determine the number of stitches and rows needed to produce the desired dimensions for the finished (felted) item? Answered by Penny Nom.

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