## Evelyn is trying to make extra money on her summer vacation from school. She works two different jobs, earning \$11 per hour washing ca

Question

Evelyn is trying to make extra money on her summer vacation from school. She
works two different jobs, earning \$11 per hour washing cars and \$13 per hour
clearing tables. How much money would Evelyn earn in a week in which she worked
3 hours washing cars and 7 hours clearing tables? How much money would Evelyn
earn in a week in which she worked x hours washing cars and y hours clearing
tables?

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1 year 2021-09-05T01:31:19+00:00 2 Answers 23 views 0

Washing Cars: \$33

Clearing Tables: \$91

Step-by-step explanation: Multiply 11 by 3, and multiply 13 by 7. I hope I helped!

2. Step-by-step explanation:

for every 1 hour she works she gets 11 dollars washing the cars, so you multiply the number of hours by the amount of money she gets each hour. Like so,

11 x 3 = 33, so 33 dollars from washing cars

next – 13 x 7 = 91 dollars from house cleaning

add together the amount of each so, 33 + 91 = 124, 124 is the answer.