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Suppose you are offered two jobs. One pays $30,000 the first year with annual raises of $2000 each year. The second offers a starting salary of $27,000 and raises of 8% each year. During your tenth year, what would your yearly salary be from (a) the first job? (b) the secon job?

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  1. anonymous
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    10 years at Job1: $30,000 + ($2,000 x 10) 10 years at Job2: $27,000 * 1.08^10

  2. anonymous
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    Find the sum of the first 20 terms of the series 1+3+9+27+... I have to show the work

  3. anonymous
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    Can you figure out the pattern of the series?

  4. anonymous
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    not sure

  5. anonymous
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    is it 3, 6, 9

  6. anonymous
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    How do you get from 1 to 3 to 9 to 27?

  7. anonymous
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    multiply by 3

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