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    Rita's Tiles

    This is a function for the number of tiles laid in each phase: T(n) = 2n-1. I need to write a function for the amount of money R Rita earns in each phase n. Rita earns $0.15 for each tile she lays.
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    Let S(n) denote the function for the amount of money she earns for each phase.

    S(n) = 0.15(2n-1)
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    are you...

    Quote Originally Posted by tester85 View Post
    Let S(n) denote the function for the amount of money she earns for each phase.

    S(n) = 0.15(2n-1)
    Are you saying that this is the function?
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