Darian gets paid \$6.35 an hour to help out at his dad's shop. He also mows his neighbor's lawn each week for \$25. He earned \$119.85 in the last two weeks. How many hours did Darian work at his dad's shop in those two weeks?
Darian gets paid \$6.35 an hour to help out at his dad's shop. He also mows his neighbor's lawn each week for \$25. He earned \$119.85 in the last two weeks. The number of hours he worked at his dad's shop in those two weeks is 11. (119.85-(25*2))/6.35 = (119.85-50)/6.35 = 69.85/6.35 = 11
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Darian gets paid \$6.35 an hour to help out at his dad's shop. He also mows his neighbor's lawn each week for \$25. He earned \$119.85 in the last two weeks. The number of hours he worked at his dad's shop in those two weeks is 11.
(119.85-(25*2))/6.35 = (119.85-50)/6.35 = 69.85/6.35 = 11
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