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Fred works for $8.75 per hour. His regular hours are 40 hours per week and he gets time and a half for overtime. One week he works 47.5 hours. He wants to calculate his pay.
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User: Fred works for $8.75 per hour. His regular hours are 40 hours per week and he gets time and a half for overtime. One week he works 47.5 hours. He wants to calculate his pay.

Weegy: 40 * 8.75 + (47.5 - 40) * 8.75 * 1.5 = 448. Fred's pay is $448 that week.
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User: How many hours would someone who earns $6.25 per hour have to work to earn $225.65?

Weegy: A person has to work 36.10 hours to earn $225.65 at the current minimum wage rate.
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User: Coins were developed as a medium of exchange because other items like cows, grain, and land were more difficult to move from place to place. True False

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Coins were developed as a medium of exchange because other items like cows, grain, and land were more difficult to move from place to place. TRUE.
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