# math

Ling earns \$108 for working 9 hours. Rachel earns \$77 for working 7 hours. Ruben earns \$92 for working 8 hours. Patrick earns \$115 for working 10 hours. Who has the highest hourly wage?
i think its Ruben

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1. divide money by time

it's not Ruben

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2. It's Patrick

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3. thx bro

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4. I did the math and it is Ling
I promise!!

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5. Well Who is it

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6. its ling

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7. Hey what is the answer

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8. The answer is Patric cause he has more money per hour and more hours then everyone else

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9. I lied I lied I lied it’s ling which makes no hecking sense but it’s ling 100% ling

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10. sure

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