Mathematics, 10.12.2020 22:20, kaylorb8284

# ** HELP NEEDED ASAP
Employees at a hardware store are receiving pay raises. Tyler’s hourly pay rate is increasing from $14 to $16. Kathy’s hourly pay rate is increasing from $16 to $18

Part B

Which statement is true ?

1) The percent increase in Allie’s and Tyler’s pay rate is the same

2) The amount of increase in Tyler’s pay rate is greater than Allies .

3) The percent increase in Tyler’s pay rate is greater than allies

4) The amount of increase in Allies pay rate is greater than Tyler’s

Part C

Martins hourly pay rate is increasing from $13.50 to $15.00. What is the percent increase in his pay rate to the nearest whole percent ?

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The tuition costs, c, for a local community college are modeled by c(h) = 250 + 200h, where h represents the number of credit hours taken. the local state university has tuition costs, s, modeled by the function s(h) = 300 + 180h. how many credit hours will a student have to take for the two tuition costs to be equal? round the answer to the nearest tenth of an hour.

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Girardo is using the model below to solve the equation . girardo uses the following steps: step 1 add 4 negative x-tiles to both sides step 2 add 1 negative unit tile to both sides step 3 the solution is which step could be adjusted so that gerardo's final step results in a positive x-value? in step 1, he should have added 4 positive x-tiles to both sides. in step 1, he should have added 3 negative x-tiles to both sides. in step 2, he should have added 4 negative unit tiles to both sides. in step 2, he should have added 1 positive unit tile to both sides.

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Solve the equation for x.3(6x - 1) = 12 i've tried doing the math and i can't find out what i'm doing wrong

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