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## Quintin works 8 hours every day. He estimated that it would take him 6 days to build some cabinets. He charges $28 an hour for his labor. He

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Quintin works 8 hours every day. He estimated that it would take him 6 days to build some cabinets. He charges $28 an hour for his labor. He quoted Mr. Rodriguez $1,340 for the job. What was the result of his estimate?

A. His estimate was accurate; both parties received exactly what they should.

B. His estimate was close enough; both parties received a fair deal.

C. His estimate was too low; Quintin has undercharged Mr. Rodriguez.

D. His estimate was too high; Quintin has overcharged Mr. Rodriguez.

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Answer:The correct answer for this problem would be B

Step-by-step explanation:The first thing I would do in this problem is see how much money he would make in a day. You would do this by doing,

28 x 8 = 224

Now that we know how much money he makes in a day, you should multiply $224 by 6 days to see if his estimate was correct or not.

224 x 6 = 1,344

With this we can conclude his estimate was close enough, since it was only $4 off.

For this problem will be B