Calculate the total commission received by a salesperson

The following program attempts to calculate the total commission received by a salesperson who earns 7% on sales of product A which total less than $40,000 and 10% on the amount of sales above $40,000. For example, a sale of $50,000 would earn a commission of $3800. The salesperson receives a commission of 5% on sales of product B under $20,000, 6.5% on the amount of sales over $20,000 but under $50,000, and 7.5% on the amount over $50,000. Find and correct any errors in this program:

public class Commission {

public static void main(String [] args) {

Console.Write("Enter the amount of Product A sales: ");

double salesOfA = double.Parse(Console.ReadLine());

Console.Write("Enter the amount of Product B sales: ");

double salesOfB = double.Parse(Console.ReadLine());

double amount = 0;

if (salesOfA < 40000.00)

amount += .07 * salesOfA;

else

amount = .1 * (salesOfA - 40000.0);

if (salesOfB 20000.00 || salesOfB < 50000.00)

amount += 1000 + .065 * (salesOfB - 50000.00);

else

amount = .075 * (salesOfB - 50000.00);

Console.WriteLine("The commission is {0}",amount);

}

}

The deliverable is a Word document that includes:

1. Zip file of all of your VS project files so that it could be loaded and run in another VS

2. A copy of your source code

3. Screenshot of your output

4. Explanation of your work and how you arrived at your solution. 
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