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Juan makes $6.50 an hour plus an extra $15.25 per week. Last week he earned $47.75. Look at this equation that represents Juan's earnings ;ast week.
6.50h+15.25=$47.75
How many hours did Juan work?

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    Subtract 15.25 from both sides, then divide both sides by 6.5.

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