Sam is a waiter at a local restaurant where he earns wages of $5 per hour. Sam figures that he also earns about $3 in tips for each person he serves. Sam works 6 hours on a particular day.
If n represents the number of people Sam serves that day, which of the following functions could Sam use to figure E, his total earnings for the day?
A. E(n) = 3n
B. E(n) = 3n + 30
C. E(n) = 5n + 18
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More clear like this:
If n is the number served, and
If m is the hours worked
A. E(n) = 3n
B. E(n) = 3n + 5m
C. E(n) = 5n + 3m
Which one represents BOTH
$5 per hour and $3 per person?
Well Sam works for 6 hours a day, he earns 5 dollars a day, he has an unknown variable of how many people he serves, yet he earns 3 dollars per person he serves, what exact equation would work?
As tkhunny has a more clearer form of the equation list.
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Remember, n represents the amount of people her serves and he earns 3 dollars per person, that would result in: '3n'
Whereas he earns 5 dollars an hour and works 6 hours, so that would result in: '5(6)'
Can you see where I'm going?
E(n) = 3n + 30
Correct, do you understand it now?
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