Greek railwayman

Wesley works for the Slovak railways since 1986. His salary is 864 €. His colleague, Evgenias works in the Greek State Railways from 1991. Earns 5010 € per month.

Calculate how many hours a day must Evgenias work to earn as much as Wesley and if they work eight hours a day?

Result

x =  1.4 hours

Solution:

x = 8*864/5010 = 1.4







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