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Lynn has two jobs. She earns $7.50 per hour as the hostess for a restaurant and earns $10 per hour babysitting for a neighbor.
Lynn babysat for 11 hours. How many full hours will she need to work at the restaurant to earn at least $150 total? Use only the digits 0 – 9 to enter your answer.

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  1. ($11 * 10) + ($7.50 * x) ≥ $150

    $7.50 * x ≥ $40

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  2. Lynn babysat for 11 hours. How many full hours will she need to work at the restaurant to earn at least $150 total? Use only the digits 0 – 9 to enter your answer. I need the answer for this

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