Lo there, in this question, were being asked to, uh, figure out how much Sherry earns if she earns the same amount for each hour that she works. So the problem says that you worked 16 hours in a week and earned 100 $97 and 12 cents. So that was her earnings for working 16 hours. And he says that, uh, the amount she earns is directly proportional to the hours she works. If you ever had a job, and you're familiar with this concept that you paid by the hour and you work more hours to get paid more and it's directly proportional. So what we're being asked is, what if sherry worse, 20 hours? Then how much is she get paid if its proportions. There's a couple different ways we can figure this out, and, uh, we'll do it. We'll do it two different ways. Kind of one step two step just so you can see the difference. It is the first way that I'll do is to figure out how much does she earn in one hour. So if she earns $197.12 total, and that was for 16 hours of work. 16 hours and we just do the math. Take 197. 12. Divide by 16 and we get that's 12. 32 for our $12.30 few cents per hour. Okay. And then we can take that number and we multiply it by 20 hours. Work. So she has 12 early to her. Our we multiply that times 20 hours worked. Our units will cancel out. So always cancel out And maybe some quick math your multiplied by 20 and we get to 46. 40. Okay, so $246.40. That's say that number and we'll figure out, uh, the summit racing here will figure out a different way maybe a little bit quicker and using the proportion and see if we get the same answer that we dio. So if Sherry is gonna work, we can set this up as a proportion. You might remember doing this. Um, two fraction. So Cheri works. Uh, 197 are you? 16 hours. She gets $197 and 12 cents in 16 hours. Then that is gonna be X dollars. in 20 hours. So we set up our proportion that way. And what we end up with is we can If you remember, we can take this. We can, um, cross multiply. So yet 1 97 Wayne 12 times 20 equals 16 x. We'll do some math here. So 1 97 12 times 20. 39. 42.4. Well, 16 x I'm going, Teoh, divide both sides by 16 and we'll bring it up Here I get X equals should be the same and it is 246 point for zero. So again, uh, broke it down in a couple different methods there. But you can choose the one that makes sense to you. The 1st 1 we had to stop, we figured out how.