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A company offers a starting yearly salary of 37,000 with raises of 2,500 per year find the total salary over a ten year period

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  1. deena123
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    form AP

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    a=37000,d=2500,n=10

  3. xomelissaox
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    I am actually confused. do I multiply

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    \[S_n=\frac{ n }{ 2 }(2a+(n-1)d)\]

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    substitute the values

  6. xomelissaox
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    thank you this is where I am struggling this week

  7. deena123
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    5(74000+9*2500)

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    =482500

  9. xomelissaox
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    deena123 you are a genius if there is anyway to give you points or anything i'll be happy to do so

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    i dont help for points i help for the betterment of other

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    your amazing I wish I was this smart in math I am better in English than Math

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    :)

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