Kimi and Jordan are both working during the summer to earn money in addition to their weekly allowances, and they are saving all their money. Kimi earns $9 an hour at her job, and her allowance is $8 per week. Jordan earns $7.50 an hour, and his allowance is $16 per week.

(a) Complete the table below:

(b) Write an equation that can be used to calculate the total of Kimi's allowance and job earnings at the end of one week given the number of hours she works.

(c) Write an equation that can be used to calculate the total of Jordan's allowance and job earnings at the end of one week given the number of hours he works.

(d) Sketch the graphs of your two equations on a pair of axes.

(e) Jordan wonders who will save more money in one week if they both work the same number of hours. Write an answer for him.

Kimi and Jordan are both working during the summer to earn money in addition to their weekly allowances, and they are saving all their money. Kimi earns $9 an hour at her job, and her allowance is $8 per week. Jordan earns $7.50 an hour, and his allowance is $16 per week.

(a) Complete the table below:

(b) Write an equation that can be used to calculate the total of Kimi's allowance and job earnings at the end of one week given the number of hours she works.

(c) Write an equation that can be used to calculate the total of Jordan's allowance and job earnings at the end of one week given the number of hours he works.

(d) Sketch the graphs of your two equations on a pair of axes.

(e) Jordan wonders who will save more money in one week if they both work the same number of hours. Write an answer for him.