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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

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  1. anonymous
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    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

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    @ganeshie8 Can you please help me

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    D and B maybe?

  4. anonymous
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    for the first and second one?

  5. anonymous
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    Yes and I think the last one is A.

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    k thanks

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    @jtvatsim CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME ILL FAN AND MEDAL IM BEGGING

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    @ganeshie8 can you please help me

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    @heretohelpalways CAN you help me

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