
1.

A toy company's total payment for salaries for the first two months of 2005
is $21,894. Write and solve an equation to find the salaries for the second month if the first
month’s salaries are $10,205.
a.  The salaries for the second month are
$32,099.  b.  The salaries for the second month are
$11,689.  c.  The salaries for the second month are
$21,894.  d.  The salaries for the second month are
$10,947. 


1.

To prepare for a school fundraiser, Juanita pays $5.00 for 100 cups. She also
buys cans of fruit juice for $.50 each. Use this information to answer the following questions.
Part A: Write an equation that describes Juanita's total cost as a function of
the number of cans of fruit juice she buys. Let C = the total cost and n = the number
of cans of fruit juice purchased. Part B: Describe the domain of the
function. Part C: Describe the range of the function. Part D:
Juanita has $35 to spend on cups and fruit juice for the fundraiser. If she buys 100 cups, how many
cans of fruit juice can she buy?
