Mr. Smith is a high school history teacher whose salary is $33,660 for the school year, which has 180 days. In Mr. Smith's school district, substitute teachers are paid $85 per day. If Mr. Smith takes a day off without pay and a
substitute teacher is paid to teach his classes, how much less does the school district pay in salary by paying a substitute instead of Mr. Smith for that day? F.) $57 G.) $88 H.) $102 J.) $114 K.) $187
Determine how much Mr. Smith's salary per day is by working 180 days for $33,600.
$33,660  {divided salary by number of days} 180 days = $187 per day {divided} Subtract the substitute pay per day from the teacher's pay per day to determine the difference. $187  $85 = 102 {subtracted} H.) $102 Ask Algebra House Comments are closed.

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