Posted by **Irene** on Friday, February 28, 2014 at 8:58pm.

. In 1991 the federal minimum wage was $4.25. In 1997 the federal minimum wage was $5.15. Find the rate of change (slope) for the federal minimum wage between 1991 and 1997.*Hint: let 1991 and 1997 be the domain and let $4.25 and $5.15 be the range

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