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1. Tables Table 1: Job 1 Annual Salary # of Years Worked Annual Salary after t years Successive Differences Successive Ratios (3 Decimal Points) 0 $35750 1 36750 $1000 1.028 2 37750 1000 1.027 3 38750 1000 1.027 4 39750 1000 1.026 5 40750 1000 1.025 6 41750 1000 1.025 Table 2: Job 2 Annual Salary # of Years Worked Annual Salary after t years Successive Differences Successive Ratios (3 Decimal Points) 0 $32500 1 33963 $1463 1.045 2 35491 1528 1.045 3 37088 1597 1.045 4 38757 1669 1.045 5 40501 1744 1.045 6 42323 1822 1.045 2. a. In table number one the successive differences are constant. b. The constant difference is 1000. c. To model this salary, offer a linear function model can be used. d. S 1 ( t ) = 35750 + 1000 t 3. a. In table number two the successive ratios are constant. b. The constant ratio is 1.045. c. An exponential model can be used to model this salary offer d. S 2 ( t ) = 32500 ( 1.045 ) t
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4. Graph of Two Different Salary Options 5. a. Using tables of values to determine how many years you must work in order for the second annual salary to be more than the first you would look at the table section of your formula. You will look for when Y2 is higher than Y1 the chart will look as shown. X Y1 Y2 5 $40750 $40501 6 41750 42323 7 42750 44228 b. Using a graph to obtain the project you want to press 2 nd “calk” intersects and then press enter three times. The graph will look as follows.
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