# Algebra

Each summer, Gina picks blueberries at a local berry farm. She can pick 4 pounds of blueberries each hour. Gina is paid \$0.65 per pound of berries that she picks. How much does Gina make per hour?

\$4.04 per hour
\$9.57 per hour
\$2.28 per hour
\$6.22 per hour

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1. .65*4 = 2.6
You have a typo.

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Damon
2. Ummhhh,
4 x \$.65 = \$2.60

which does not correspond with any of the choices.

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Reiny

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