9th grade

kyle just started a new job that pays $7 per hour. He had been making $5 per hour at his old job. Kyle worked a total of 54 hours last month and made $388 before deductions. How many hours did he work at his new job?

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  1. If you title this MATH for the School Subject, you will get a proper volunteer teacher to answer your post. At leasr, the School Subject is NOT 9th grade.

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  2. 56 hours

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