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Program calculates rate of pay, it get the hours and rate from user.
For any hours over 40 hours are paid at a rate of 1.5 times the normal hourly rate.

Question 1
Calculate and display any overtime earnings - both basic, overtime and total earnings.
If there is no overtime then simply display basic earnings.

Question 2
Tax is paid at 20% on amounts over the tax free allowance (which is 44).
Calculate and display the amount of tax due together with the net wages.
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Need answer As Soon As Possible - URGENT Response needed.
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int main(){
  float rate=15;//i don't know how do  
              //you get the rate
  float hours=50;//same about the hours
  float basic=0;
  float overtime=0;
  float tax=0;
  float salary;
  cout<<"user info ...\n--------------\n";
  if (hours>40){
  basic=40*rate;
  cout<<"Basic hours:40\n";
  cout<<"Basic pay:"<<basic<<'\n';
  overtime=(hours-40)*rate*1.5;
  cout<<"Overtime hours:"<<hours-40<<'\n';
  cout<<"Overtime pay:"<<overtime<<'\n';
  }
  else{
   basic=hours*rate;
   cout<<"Basic hours:"<<hours<<'\n';
   cout<<"Basic pay:"<<basic<<'\n';
  }
  if (basic+overtime>44)  
     tax=(basic+overtime)*20/100;
  cout<<"Tax are:"<<tax<<'\n';
  salary=basic+overtime-tax;
  cout<<"Full Salary:"<<salary<<'\n';
  return 0;
}
   

}
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We cannot provide answers to school assignments.  That is grounds for removal from this site.  (for both you and the experts involved.)  We can provide only limitied help in accademic assignments.    We can answer specific (direct) questions, like you might ask your teacher.  We can review your work and post suggestions, again, like your teacher might do.

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by:nietod
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FYI, there is a problem in the calculation of the tax.  edicts, why don't you try to fix the problem and post what you get done, then we can tell you if it is right or make suggestions for improvement.
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I agree to neitod u should not provide answers to school assignments. Please post some code so that we can assist to solve u r problems. Atleast make a try other wise u will never learn.
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by:padmashali
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Problem can be from school or college too. What we shall see is that questions are of some standard. Not the one like this which is a very simple program of academic interest.
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