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An insurance agent estimates that it takes 2/3 hour to process a customer s claim. If the agent spends 22 hours per week processing claims, about how many claims does he process in a week?
If it takes 2/3 of an hour to process a customer's claim, this person would process 33 claims per week. 2/3=40 minutes. 22hr=1320minutes. 1320/40=33.
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