anonymous
  • anonymous
an employee has two options for position in a large corporation. one position pays $12.50 plus an additional unit rate of $0.75 per unit produced. the other pays $9.20 per hour plus a unit rate of $1.30. a) find linear equations for the hourly wages W in terms of x, the number of units produced per hour, for each of the options b) graph both equations and find the intersection point. c) interpret the intersection point on the graph. how would you use this information to select the correct option if the goal were to obtain the highest wage.
Mathematics
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katieb
  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
12.50w + .75x = total pay for position 1 9.20w + 1.30x = total pay for position 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
w being hours worked and x being units produced
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  • goformit100
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