Algebra help needed about a Module 04 Anticipated Salary

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Given that percent can be expressed in decimal form (example: 25% of a value y can be written as 0.25y) answer the following:

Tom uses the linear model of y = 35,000 + 0.45x to anticipate his salary from completing x amount of dollars' worth of jobs.

What is Tom's base salary? What percent commission does he earn? Would you be able to use the same equation for Tom the next year? Why or why not?

Nov 2nd, 2015

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

Toms base salary  is 35000

percent  of commission he  earns is  45%

We cant  use  the  equation  next  year  because the salary  and  the commission are  not  constant  they  may  change  thus  changing  the whole  equation

Unless  if  the commission and the salary are  constant

Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.
Nov 2nd, 2015

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