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  • automaticloveletter
Jamie works at Hollister. She earns $5 per item sold. She also makes $5.50 per hour. On Sunday, she sold 12 items and made a total of $101.25 for the day. How many hours did she work?
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automaticloveletter
  • automaticloveletter
7.5?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If she sold 12 items and makes 5 dollars per item. You could multiply both of those and gets the amount of money she made from selling clothes alone, what number do you get
automaticloveletter
  • automaticloveletter
60.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
take what you get from that and do 101.25-(5*12) and divide that number by 5.5 (hourly wage) to find how many hours she worked
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 101.25-60
automaticloveletter
  • automaticloveletter
41.25+60=101.25 41.25/5.5=7.5
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You had the right answer, just wanted you had a clear reasoning of how you got it. Hope I helped, tag me if you need any more help and goodluck with your homework!

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