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Lester worked 12 hours last week at the grocery store and earned $93.00. If he continues to earn the same hourly pay, how many additional hours must he work to earn another $62.00?

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  1. anonymous
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    @LegendarySadist

  2. anonymous
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    A.11 hours B.10 hours C.8 hours D.9 hours

  3. anonymous
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    First step is to find the hourly pay. We know that 12 hours * hourly pay = total pay, which we can make look like \(12 \times x~=~93\). Solve for x to get the hourly pay.

  4. anonymous
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    how do i solve for x?

  5. anonymous
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    Just get it alone.

  6. anonymous
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    okay i know the answer is 8 hours

  7. anonymous
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    Yes, that is the answer. How'd ya get it?

  8. anonymous
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    you have to divide 93 by 12 and you get 7.75 and you have divide it by 62 and you get 8

  9. anonymous
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    Correct. Those are the steps. That's what we were doing, actually,

  10. anonymous
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    yea thanks

  11. anonymous
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    Which term describes a fraction that has a variable or variable expression in its numerator, its denominator, or both? A. Variable fraction B. Rational expression C. Rational fraction D. Variable expression

  12. anonymous
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    is it b?

  13. anonymous
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    I honestly can't remember most of these terms

  14. anonymous
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    so you cant help me?

  15. triciaal
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1435297892551:dw|

  16. triciaal
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    not sure strange question rational means it can be expressed as a ratio of 2 integers

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