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Lisa studies 8 hrs. for a particular test and gets a score of 78. at this rate how many hours would she have to study to get a score of 98?

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There is no reason to assume that the hours spent studying are proportional to the score. If there were, a score of over 100 would be possible.

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Lisa studies 8 hrs. for a particular test and gets a score of 78. at this rate how many hours would she have to study to get a score of 98?

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