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### An advertiser goes to a printer

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Name: ___________________________________ Date: _____________ MAT 1460- ____ Homework
Section 2.3
1. An advertiser goes to a printer and is charged \$73 for 100 copies of one flyer and \$82 for 400
copies of a similar flyer. Assuming the cost for a printing job is represented by a linear
equation, find the equation (in slope-intercept form) that describes the cost y of a printing job
if x is the number of copies made. Also, give an interpretation of what the slope of the
equation represents for this application. 2. The following table gives the total compensation (in dollars) per full-time employee for
various years.
Year 2000 2005 2010 2011 Compensation 47,059 56,620 66,249 68,129 a) Use the data from the years 2000 and 2010 to find a linear model for the data, with
corresponding to the year 2000. b) Using the model from part (a) and the model
residuals and their sum of the squares of the residuals. c) Decide which model is the better fit. , find their

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