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ancy earns $200 per week plus 15% commission on the value of her sales. In the linear function representing Nancy’s weekly earnings, x represents the value of her sales, and y represents her total earnings for the week. What does the y-intercept of the function represent? A)the amount of commission earned for one week. B)the rate of commission on the value of her sales C)the total earnings for one week when she makes $0 in sales D)the value of her sales for one week when she makes $0 in total earnings * help PLEASEEEE*

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  1. anonymous
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    We have y=.15x+200 200 is the y-intercept so the answer is: C) The total earnings when she makes 0 in sales (x=0)

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    YOUR AMAZING (: thanks darling (:

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    you're welcome :)

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