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Chapter 1 Assigned Problems-2 (word)

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Chapter 1 Assigned Problems 2. Pham can work as many or as few hours as she wants at the college bookstore for $9 per hour. But due to her hectic schedule, she has just 15 hours per week that she can spend working at ei- ther the bookstore or at other potential jobs. One potential job, at a café, will pay her $12 per hour for up to 6 hours per week. She has another job offer at a garage that will pay her $10 an hour for up to 5 hours per week. And she has a potential job at a daycare center that will pay her $8.50 per hour for as many hours as she can work. If her goal is to maximize the amount of money she can make each week, how many hours will she work at the bookstore? LO1 She would have 4 hours left to work at the bookstore, or she could split the time up and work at the bookstore for 2 hours and then at the daycare for two hours. 3. Suppose you won $15 on a lotto ticket at the local 7-Eleven and decided to spend all the win- nings on candy bars and bags of peanuts. Candy bars cost $0.75 each while bags of peanuts cost
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