4. If your paycheck indicates that you worked 7.5 hours each day in an 8-day pay period, how many hours did you work in all? A. 54 hours B. 45 hours C. 60 hours D. 40 hours
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User: 4. If your paycheck indicates that you worked 7.5 hours each day in an 8-day pay period, how many hours did you work in all? A. 54 hours B. 45 hours C. 60 hours D. 40 hours

Weegy: If your paycheck indicates that you worked 7.5 hours each day in an 8-day pay period, you worked 60 hours.

User: 5. Convert 37/6 to a mixed number. A. 62/3 B. 61/6 C. 65/6 D. 55/6

Weegy: A. 6 1/6. 37/6 as a mixed number is 6 1/6.

User: . What is 51/2 × 21/3? A. 125/6 B. 132/5 C. 127/8 D. 131/6

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51/2 × 21/3 = 11/2 * 7/3 = 77/6 = 12 5/6.

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