# math

Lucy earns money babysitting. Her earnings and hours worked represent a direct variation. She worked for 4 hours and earned \$25. Determine the constant of proportionality for hours worked per dollar earned.
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1. hr = k d
4 hr = k * 25 dollars
k = 4/25 = 16/100 = 0.16 hours/dollar
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25 dollars * .16 hours/ dollar = 4 hours, good, we got it.

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Damon
2. what if it was dollars earned per hour worked??

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3. Determine the constant of proportionality for hours worked per dollar earned.

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4. Bleep Bloop
Error Eror

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5. dollars per hour is 6.25, it just got graded, got a 100%

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6. so 4hr= \$25= 0.16
so how do you Determine the constant of proportionality for hours worked per dollar earned.

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7. Oops wrong Question how many dollars per hour what type of equation.

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8. i am confused

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