MATH SOLVE

2 months ago

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# SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!! 100 points and brainliest answer to whoever answers all 3 correctly first!!!!!!!!!!! 1. (picture 1, 2nd answer is not correct, question & answers in picture) 2. (picture 2, 1st answer is not correct, question & answers in picture) 3. (picture 3 and text below, 2nd answer is not correct. The answers to this question is in picture 3)The hourly wage increase each employee receives each year depends on their number of years of service. Every three years of service means an increase of $0.50 per hour. So, employees who have been with the company for less than three years can expect to receive an increase of $0.50 per hour. Employees who have been with the company for at least three years, but fewer than six years can expect an increase of $1.00. Employees who have been with the company for at six years, but fewer than nine years, receive an increase of $1.50 per hour. And, employees of at least nine years, but fewer than twelve years receive an increase of $2.00.Which of the following tables accurately represents the hourly wage increase for some of the employees?

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Its the last graph, i answered this question earlier