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the frequent table below shows the hourly wages of 22 factory workers how many are paid 10.50 per hour or more

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  1. about that many

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    Ms. Sue
  2. so it says 7 get 10.50 to 11.49 so is it 7

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  3. Do any earn any more than 10.50 an hour?

    You do realize that we can't see your table, don't you?

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