Posted by **Josh** on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 at 5:42pm.

Furniture Assembly: At the beginning of your 8 hour shift, there were 42 units of furniture that needed assembled. The number of units N that still need to be assembled during your shift can be modeled by n(t)=-3t +42 where t is the time in hours...

1. Graph the model

2. What is a reasonable domain and range of the model?

3. How many units still need to be assembled after you have worked 5 hours of your shift?

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