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can either one of you two help me ? please..
@ccieux can you help me ?
6x+8y - 200 = 1000 perhaps?
@Hero can you help me?
Did you copy and paste this question from somewhere else?
no why ? @Hero
Something appears to be missing from the question.
so you cant answer it @Hero
I can help you with it if adequate information is posted.
ok forget that question, what about this one @Hero Paul works for a company that deals in paints and dyes. He is paid a fixed monthly salary plus 15 percent commission on monthly sales over $20,000 If Paul manages to achieve total monthly sales of $x, which is over $20,000, the function f(x) representing Paul's monthly sales over $20,000 is given by a. x-20,000 b. x+20,000 c. 20,000-x d. 20,000/x If x is the sales amount over $20,000, the function g(x) giving Paul's commission is a. 0.15-x b. 0.15x c. 15-x/100 d. 0.15/x The function g(f(x)) representing Paul's commission on monthly sales above $20,000, where x is Paul's total monthly sales amount, is given by a. x-0.15(20,000) b. (20,000-x)/0.15 c. 0.15(x-20,000) d. 0.15x-20,000
If Paul's sales If Paul's sales in a particular month are $27,500, his commission for the month is $ a. 1,125 b. 2,500 c. 4,500 d. 24,500
Open Study was not designed so that one question at a time can be posted per thread. See the blue box above? That's the area where the question is posted. Everything afterwards counts as the "discussion".
so cant help me the question i just posted? @Hero
You have to post it as a separate question, otherwise, I can't deal with you. It's annoying when you use Open Study in a manner that it was not designed for. I just explained to you how to use OS.
oh alright ..
thanks i didnt know