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anonymous
 5 years ago
Assume you work at a company where you are paid hourly. You are paid $9.40 per hour for regular time (less than or equal to thirty hours) and time and a third for overtime hours up to forty hours in one week. If you are asked to work forty or more hours in one week you are paid time and a half. Write this information in the form of a piecewisedefined function and be sure to include the domain for each piece. Also, check your model by calculating the pay for working thirty hours and for working thirtyone hours. Post these values as well.
P=9.40t for 0<t<=30
P=282 +9.40(4/3)(t30) for 30<t<=4
anonymous
 5 years ago
Assume you work at a company where you are paid hourly. You are paid $9.40 per hour for regular time (less than or equal to thirty hours) and time and a third for overtime hours up to forty hours in one week. If you are asked to work forty or more hours in one week you are paid time and a half. Write this information in the form of a piecewisedefined function and be sure to include the domain for each piece. Also, check your model by calculating the pay for working thirty hours and for working thirtyone hours. Post these values as well. P=9.40t for 0<t<=30 P=282 +9.40(4/3)(t30) for 30<t<=4

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