Sep 24th, 2015
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Algebra
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A small business is considering hiring a new sales representative (sales rep) to market its product in a nearby city. Two pay scales are under consideration.

Pay scale 1: Pay the sales rep a base yearly salary of \$12,600 plus a commission of 9% of total yearly sales.

Pay scale 2: Pay the sales rep a base yearly salary of \$18,000 plus a commission of 6% of total yearly sales.

(a) For each of the pay scales above, use a formula to express the total yearly earnings for the sales rep as a function of total yearly sales s. (Give percents in decimal form.)

pay scale 1
T1(s) =

1134

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