Solving Linear Equations With Variables On Both Sides HW#2
Solve each equation by using the distributive property, combining like terms, and eliminating the variable on one
side of the equation.
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For questions 19-34, solve for the variable.
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35. When Fred started working with his company, he was given an hourly rate of \$8.50 per hour for regular hours (at most 40) and “time and a half” for overtime hours (over 40). If he earns \$442 one week, how many hours did he work? *
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36. A Japanese “bullet” train set a new world record for train speed at 361 miles per hour during a manned test run on the Yamanashi Maglev Test Line in 2003. How long does it take this train to travel 108.3 miles at this speed? Give the result in hours; then convert to minutes. *
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