A plumber charges a flat fee and a fee per hour foe his jobs. For a 3 hour job he charges $125 for a 6 hour job he charges $200. What would he charge for an 8 hour job?

I'm trying to figure out the correct algebraic way to solve this.

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A plumber charges a flat fee and a fee per hour foe his jobs. For a 3 hour job he charges $125 for a 6 hour job he charges $200. What would he charge for an 8 hour job?

I'm trying to figure out the correct algebraic way to solve this.

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## Answers (2)

125=F+3x

200=F+6x

---------------------subtract

75=3x

x=25 , F=$50.00

for 8 hrs

sum=50+8(25)=$250

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Let f = flat fee and h = hourly fee

f + 3h = 125

f + 6h = 200

3h = 75

h = 25

f + 75 = 125

f = 50

f + 8h = 50 + 8(25) = 50 + 200 = 250

He would charge $250 for an 8-hr job.