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28 August, 14:11

Rosa is considering job offers from two companies.

Company A offered her a starting salary of $50,000 with a $2100 raise at the end of each year.

Company B offered her a starting salary of $50,000 with a 3.4% raise at the end of each year.

Let f (t) represent Rosa's salary at Company A, t years after accepting a position at Company A, and let g (t) represent Rosa's salary at Company B t years after accepting a position at Company B.

Complete the table of values below:

t f (t) g (t)

0 50000 50000

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  1. 28 August, 15:00
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    its company a
  2. 28 August, 15:41
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    Let f (t) represent Rosa's salary at Company A, t years after accepting a position at Company A,

    Company A offered her a starting salary of $50,000 with a $2100 raise at the end of each year. This means that in t years, her salary would be

    f (t) = 50000 + 2100t

    let g (t) represent Rosa's salary at Company B t years after accepting a position at Company B. This means that in t years, her salary would be

    g (t) = 50000 (1 + 3.4/100) ^t

    g (t) = 50000 (1.034) ^t

    The table would be

    t f (t) g (t)

    0 50000 50000

    1 50000 + 2100 * 1 50000 (1.034) ^1

    = 52100 = 51700

    2 50000 + 2100 * 2 50000 (1.034) ^2

    = 54200 = 53457.8

    2 50000 + 2100 * 3 50000 (1.034) ^3

    = 56300 = 55275.4
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