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Framing Algebraic Equations by Using the Given Data

Framing Algebraic Equations by Using the Given Data

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"a. Sammy superstar earns an annual salary of $2 million. In addition, he receives a bonus of $50,000 for each grand‐slam home run that he hits during a season. Find an equation that gives S, his annual salary, as a function of h, the number if grand‐slam home runs he hits.
b. The owner of a small restaurant has a new refrigeration system that costs $6000 installed. If the salvage value at the end of ten years is $0, find an equation that describes V(t), the book value, as a function of t, the time (in years) from the date of acquisition.
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"a. Sammy superstar earns an annual salary of $2 million. In addition, he receives a bonus of $50,000 for each grand‐slam home run that he hits during a season. Find an equation that gives S, his annual salary, as a function of h, the number if grand‐slam home runs he hits.
b. The owner of a small restaurant has a new refrigeration system that costs $6000 installed. If the salvage value at the end of ten years is $0, find an equation that describes V(t), the book value, as a function of t, the time (in years) from the date of acquisition.
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