OpenStudy (pfalgout1):

Shaniqua brings home $225 per week working 25 hours. She is able to save $25 of her earnings each week. Shaniqua wants to have $600 saved at the end of 15 weeks. She is allowed to work up to 30 hours per week if she wants. She can save all the money earned working extra hours. Which of the following statements is true? a. Shaniqua will meet her goal working 25 hours per week. b. Shaniqua must work 27 hours per week to meet her goal. c. Shaniqua must work 30 hours per week to meet her goal. d. Shaniqua will not be able to reach her goal.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (plainntall):

Please help me understand the problem you presented. Shaniqua earns $225 for 25 hours of work. How much money is she paid an hour? \[\frac{ Money Earned for 25 Hours Work}{ 25 hours }\] If she can save $25 per week, how much money is that after 15 weeks? ($25 per week)(15 weeks)= If she wants to save $600 how much more money will she need? $600 - ($25 per week)(15 weeks) How much extra money will she earn working 5 extra hours per week? How much working two hours extra per week?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (pfalgout1):

I don't understand this problem at all. Or how to do it. I was handed a paper and told to solve it

1 year ago
OpenStudy (plainntall):

Okay, the problem requires an understanding of algebra, variables and basic arithmetic. How much algebra have you studied? This is very introductory algebra.

1 year ago
OpenStudy (plainntall):

If she makes a total of $225 in a week and works 25 hours to earn that, what is her pay rate or dollar/hours? It is just 225/25 = ? Can you do that part of the problem?

1 year ago
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