# Sean Junkins

Sean Junkins works at X-Mobile. His pay is easily calculated using the expression 12h+8c, where h is the number of hours he works and c represents the number of phones he sells. Would Sean Junkins make more money if he worked 37 hours and sold three cell phones or 31 hours and sold 13 cell phones?

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Use the expression to work out his daily earnings if he works 4 hour at rate of £9 per hour

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