Jane worked 32 hours in one week. If she worked the same number of hours each day for 4 days, how many hours a day did she work?        A. 6   B. 10   C. 4   D. 8
Jane worked 32 hours in one week. If she worked the same number of hours each day for 4 days, she worked 8 hours each day. 32/4=8.
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Jane worked 32 hours in one week. If she worked the same number of hours each day for 4 days, she worked 8 hours each day.

32/4=8.
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