a. w = 14.5+27.75 w = 42.25 42.25 hours

b. w = 14.5+27.75 w = 41.25 41.25 hours

c. w+14.5 = 27.75 w = 13.25 13.25 hours

d. w - 14.5 = 27.75 w = 13.75 13.75 hours

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