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Analyzing Functions in Context

Analyzing Functions in Context 1.13 - Solution

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The given table shows how Bryan is paid at his job as tour guide.

Number of tours given
Amount Paid in Commission

Let be the amount paid in commission per tour, and the number of tours Bryan gives. The amount he is paid depends on the number of tours. Therefore, is the dependent variable, and the independent variable. We see in the table that Bryan earns per tour.