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# X=785 3. ben had a part-time job at the fun station. suppose he worked 13.5 hours one week and made how much did ben earn per hour? step 1: write an equation you can use to solve the problem. be sure to define the variable. (2 points) 13.5 step 2: solve the equation you wrote in step 1. (2 points with work shown) 3.5 x = 6 5. choo these fo step 3: explain the meaning of the solution found in step 2 (2 points) choice. ben earond of per hour step 1: 1 used unitary mothod. the nurr 4. solve each equation for the variable. show your work. (8 points: 2 points each with work shown) step 2:   ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 04.02.2019 21:54
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