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Subject: Pre-Algebra

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Question:

John makes $12.50/hour gardening. He earned $275 this week. Write the equation for figuring out his wages, and then solve it to find out how many hours he worked.

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Answer:

$275*(1 hour/$12.50)= 22 hours. John works 22 hours this week.

Subject: Basic Math

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John has 800 dollars in his checking account. He received from his job a check for 1,200 dollars and deposit the amount in his checking account. How much money does he have in his checking after the deposit?

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John starts out with $800 and with an additional of $1200, we would have to use addition in order to figure out the total amount of money. 800+1200= 2000. He now has $2000 in the checking account.

Subject: Algebra

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Evaluate: 30 - 12÷3×2

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We need to utilize the order of operations, which is also known as PEMDAS. First, you'll have to use the first order of operations which is multiplication(3 x 2) which is 6. Now it is 30-12/6. The next step would be to use the next order of operations which is division(12/6). Now it is simplified to 30-2 which equals to 28. Ans=28.

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