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# Jill and Kyle get paid per project. Jill is paid a project fee of $45 plus $10 per hour. Kyle is paid a project fee of $20 plus $1

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Jill and Kyle get paid per project. Jill is paid a project fee of $45 plus $10 per hour. Kyle is paid a project fee of $20 plus $14 per hour. Write an expression to represent how much a company will pay to hire both to work the same number of hours on a project.

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2023-01-14T03:33:19+00:00
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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:The answer is 65+24h. Explanation below.

We will be using (h) to represent the amount of hours. For Jill, the expression will be 45+10h and for Kyle the expression will be 20+14h. Fee+hourly pay x hours.

To get the total amount the company will pay to hire both Jill and Kyle, you must combine both of their expressions. So 45+20= 65, and 10+14=24. So now the expression= 65+24h

So the answer is that the company will be paying 65+24h dollars to hire both Jill and Kyle:)