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Direct Variation: when you have a job
that pays an hourly wage, the amount you earn varies directly with the number of hours you work. Suppose you earn $7.10/ hour working at the library.

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    you don't have enough information for this problem

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    For whatever the time period, multiply $7.10 by the number of hours worked.

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