# You are paid $78 for #6 1/2# hours of work. What is your rate of pay?

$12 per hour

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'Rate of pay' poses the following query:

Divide the sum of money by the number of hours to arrive at this:

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To find the rate of pay, divide the total amount earned ($78) by the total hours worked (6.5 hours):

Rate of pay = Total amount earned / Total hours worked

Rate of pay = $78 / 6.5 hours

Rate of pay ≈ $12 per hour

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