# SOLUTION: a flat fee of \$150 plus \$30 per hour. what the most numder of hours you can work so that the bill will not exceed \$1500

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Inequalities Question 260633: a flat fee of \$150 plus \$30 per hour. what the most numder of hours you can work so that the bill will not exceed \$1500Answer by unlockmath(1614)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Hello, We can let x be the number of hours so an equation can be set up as: 150 + 30x<1500 Subtract 150 from both sides will give us: 30x<1350 Now divide 30 into both sides to give us: x<45 There we go. The person can't work over 45 hours. Check it out in the equation above to see if it works. RJ Check out a new book I wrote at: www.math-unlock.com