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For 31 hours of work you are paid
$ 361.15. How much would you receive for 33 hours of work?

(a) $ 372.80 (b) $ 384.45
(c) $ 42.65 (d) $ 11.65 (e) $ 384.54

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    361.15 / 31 = $11.65 per hour

    Multiply the amount per hour by 33.

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