Will wants to have more than \$500 by the end of the summer. He already has \$84, and he can work for 8 weeks over the summer. Will gets paid the same amount each week.Which of the following represents the amount of money he must earn each week?
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User: Will wants to have more than \$500 by the end of the summer. He already has \$84, and he can work for 8 weeks over the summer. Will gets paid the same amount each week.Which of the following represents the amount of money he must earn each week?

Weegy: (500 - 84) / 8 represents the amount of money he must earn each week.

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Will wants to have more than \$500 by the end of the summer. He already has \$84, and he can work for 8 weeks over the summer. Will gets paid the same amount each week. x>52 represents the amount of money he must earn each week.
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