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Dave receives a salary of $200 a week plus a commission of 10% of his weekly sales. An equation y-mx+b represents Dave’s weekly earnings. The y-intercept is Dave’s base salary. The slope of the line is his commission. Write an equation representing Dave’s weekly earnings. If Dave sells $1500 of goods for one week, what is his salary for the week? how do i solve this?

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    Dave receives a salary of $200 a week plus a commission of 10% of his weekly sales. An equation y=mx+b represents Dave's weekly earnings. The y-intercept is Dave's base salary. The slope of the line is his commission. -Write an equations representing Dave's weekly earnings. If Dave sells $1500 of goods for one week, what is his salary for the week? A. $13,00 B. $350 C.$1520 D. $130 y = .10x + 200 y = .10(1500) + 200 y = 150 + 200 y = 350 ANS : 350

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