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Page > of 2 Activity 1. (weekly salary) The average weekly earnings for workers in the U.S. from 1980 to 1992 are shown in the table below. Using this table complete the following activities a. Is the table below a linear function? How do we know? (Hint: Use the idea of slope) Years after 1980 Weekly Earnings $270 313.80 S357.60 $401.40 S445.20 12 b. Complete the table below in the same manner. Years after 1980 Weekly Earnings Pattern $270 $313.80 S357.60 $401.40 $445.20 12 15 18 21 25 3 4
Page c. In the last line of the table you found a mathematical model for this information. equation that is the mathematical model for this table. Write the d. You wrote an equation for this application. What is the domain of the equation for this application? (Domain and Range restricted to this problem) What is the range of the equation for this application? What is the domain of the abstract equation? (Hint: No restriction on the Domain or Range) What is the range of the abstract equation? e. You wrote an equation for this application. You should have written a linear equation. What is the slope of your equation? the context of this application. (Dont forget the units.) Using a complete sentence interpret the slope in What is the vertical intercept of your equation? the vertical intercept of this application. (Dont forget the units.) Using a complete sentence interpret f. The units of the right-hand side and left-hand side of your equation must match g. For the equation you wrote in Activity part ei a function of Using the function from Activity e, find the following: 4.5) The weekly salary in 1999- h. If this rate of change continues and if we assume the salary change is continuous and that the salary given for 1980 ($270) is for 12 a.m. January 1, 1980, when would the weekly salary be $800 per weck? Find answer to the nearest second
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