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anonymous
 one year ago
b. In the current spreadsheet, u = 30, f = $20, and $800 is the flat commission for sales equal to or smaller than u. This means that your salesperson will collect a flat $800 for selling u = 30 pairs of jeans. Once she sells 31 pairs or more, she will collect f = $20 for each additional pair sold. Which two linear equations describe the two intervals of N(x)? Express your answer in terms of u, f, and x, where x is the number of units sold.
Interval Equation
first {x ≤ u} N(x) =
second {u < x} N(x) =
anonymous
 one year ago
b. In the current spreadsheet, u = 30, f = $20, and $800 is the flat commission for sales equal to or smaller than u. This means that your salesperson will collect a flat $800 for selling u = 30 pairs of jeans. Once she sells 31 pairs or more, she will collect f = $20 for each additional pair sold. Which two linear equations describe the two intervals of N(x)? Express your answer in terms of u, f, and x, where x is the number of units sold. Interval Equation first {x ≤ u} N(x) = second {u < x} N(x) =

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