Doug earns $10.50 per hour working at a restaurant. On Friday, he spent 1.75 hours cleaning, 2.33 hours doing paperwork and 1 hour and 25 minutes serving costumers. What were Doug's earnings?

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2022-09-16
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Change 1 hour and 25 minutes to the correct notation:

1 hour and 25 minutes = 60 minutes + 25 minutes = 85 minutes

Do

$\frac{85}{60}=\frac{x}{100}$

So

$x=\frac{85\cdot 100}{60}$

$x=\text{141.67 minutes}\to \text{1.42 hours}$

Add the total number of hours together:

1.75 hours + 2.33 hours + 1.42 hours = 5.5 hours

Doug earns $10.50 per hour, so for 5.5 hours, multiply 10.50 by 5.5:

$10.50⋅5.5=$57.75

1 hour and 25 minutes = 60 minutes + 25 minutes = 85 minutes

Do

$\frac{85}{60}=\frac{x}{100}$

So

$x=\frac{85\cdot 100}{60}$

$x=\text{141.67 minutes}\to \text{1.42 hours}$

Add the total number of hours together:

1.75 hours + 2.33 hours + 1.42 hours = 5.5 hours

Doug earns $10.50 per hour, so for 5.5 hours, multiply 10.50 by 5.5:

$10.50⋅5.5=$57.75

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