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How much is the pay increase? $4.00? If so, then $12.50. You need to give more info, or clarify it please.

This is simple math by multiplication ...

Take $8.50 times 0.04 which is 0.34 ... add 8.50 and 0.34 and the result is the new hourly wage, $8.84.

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.07 X $8.15 = $0.57 $0.57 + $8.15 = $8.72

$28.60 an hour after the 10% raise.

13.77 with a 3% raise = 14.18 an hour

$12.36 an hour after the raise.

You will make $10.18 an hour after the raise.

You will make $27.81 an hour after the raise.

3 percent raise of 12 dollars an hour = $0.36 per hour 3% of 12 dollars = 0.03 * $12 = $0.36

You will make $13.01 an hour after the raise.

The new pay rate after the raise will be $15.41 per hour.

The new rate would be $8.91 an hour after the 3% raise.

$10.00 + 2.5% raise = $10.25/hour

The new rate would be 11.70 an hour.

((20.73/100)*5)+20.73 = 21.7665 an hour.

5% of 20.00 = 1

$20.60 per hour after the raise. If you work full-time (40 hours/week) this is about $1,248.00 more per year.

The raise is worth 11.00*225/100 = 0.2475 or just under 0.25

8.20 = 8.00 x 1.025

3% raise is the same as multiplying your previous salary by a factor of 1.03 ("1" for the original salary, and "0.03" for the 3% raise).

It is 10.79*2.25/100 = 0.24 approx.

Nurses start off making 19.50 an hour. And around 40,000 a year. Then you get raise after raise after raise.

30 percent of 8.10 an hour = 2.43 an hour

$8.72

Your new hourly rate will be $8.72

he wants to raise it to $9.50 an hour by 2011

30.00 an hour plus 28 percent is $38.4.