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The function T(x)=0.15(x-1500)+150 represents the tax bill T of a single person who's adjusted gross income is x dollars for income between $1500 and $52,200, inclusive.

a) what is the domain of this linear function?
b) what is a single filer's tax bill if the adjusted gross income is $1900
c) Which variable is independent and which id dependent?
d) Graph the linear function over the domain specified in part
e) What is a single filer's adjusted gross income if the tax bill is $3975

I know A is [1500, 52200] but need help with B-E

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