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I am charged $250.00 per hr. I been billed for 0.50 hrs. What is my fee and show me how you came up with the answer please so I understand

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Multiply $250/hr by .5 hr. The hour factor is removed (by dividing and multiplying by the same descriptor), leaving you the gross cost of $125. The equation is:
$250 x 0.5 = $125.

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youd get billed 125 because you didnt use a full hr so just take the cost of a full hr and divide it by 2 or do you mean you got billed .30 of an hr the 125 would be for a half of an hr if you mean .30 of an hr it would be 75 just take .30 times 250

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$125.00

0.50 times $250.00

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i still dont get what u r tring to say?

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.5 is 1/2 hour so you would be charged $125. You know, like 1/2 of $250 is $125. Or if you want a mathmatical answer, 250 x .5 = $125.

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$125

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.50 = 1/2 hour
$250 for 1 hour
Since you only have a 1/2 hr it is 1/2 of the 1 hour cost.
it would be $125.00

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are you being billed for a half hour or are you being billed for a fee? A fee could be for anything or for any amount. I agree that 125 should be your "charge" but what is the "fee" about?

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They are billing you for 5 tenths of an hr. 250 x .50 = $125.00. Or easier to say they are charging you for 30 minutes at $250 per hour so what is half of $250.. $125.00

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