# the bill for repairing a car was \$345. the cost for parts was \$160. the cost for labor was \$37 per hour. how many hours did the repair take?

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• Jay P
Lv 7
6 months ago

345-160=x

x/37=your answer.

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• Anonymous
6 months ago

Your parents must be so proud of you.

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• John
Lv 4
6 months ago

It only took them an hour and they lied about it.

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• 6 months ago

The bill for repairing a car was \$345.

The cost for parts was \$160.

The cost for labor which was \$37 per hour was \$185.

The repair took 5 hours.

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• 6 months ago

Take \$345 and subtract \$160.

It equals \$185.

Now take 185 and divide by 37.

It equals 5.

The answer is 5 hours.

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• 6 months ago

I want to know where car repair shops are charging \$37 per hour for labor?

Most shops in my area charge over \$100/hour

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• Bill
Lv 7
6 months ago

Labor cost=\$345-\$160=\$185

185/37=

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• 6 months ago

Let's let H = number of hours spent repairing

Total cost = 345

cost of parts = 160, this does not change (by hour or anything else)

cost of labor = 37 per hour times the number of hours = 37 * H

Total cost = cost of parts + cost of labor

345 = 160 + 37 * H

I leave it to you to finish

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• Ron
Lv 7
6 months ago

Unrealistic math problem. No one charges 37 an hour for labor

• Anonymous
6 months ago

So, what's the deal here. Skippy... Did you flunk 5th grade math?

DO YOUR OWN HOMEWORK!

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