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You have a summer job that pays time and a half for overtime. That is, if you work more than 40 hours per week, your hourly wage for the extra hours is 1.5 times your normal hourly wage of $7. Is the

You have a summer job that pays time and a half for overtime. That is, if you work more than 40 hours per week, your hourly wage for the extra hours is 1.5 times your normal hourly wage of $7. Is the slope an increasing or decreasing rate of change? What does this mean in the context of this situation?

You have a summer job that pays time and a half for overtime. That is, if you work more than 40 hours per week, your hourly wage for the extra hours is 1.5 times your normal hourly wage of $7. Is the slope an increasing or decreasing rate of change? What does this mean in the context of this situation?

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