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In the following table R(t) is the quarterly revenue for an international tortilla producer t quarters after December 1999. Use the table to answer the following questions.
Find R(t) where t=4.
What was the revenue 2 quarters after 1999..
What does t equal when R(t) = 486.
(In other words, how many quarters after 1999 did the tortilla producer have a revenue of 486 million.).
Quarter Revenue in Millions of Dollars
1 460
2 452
3 474
4 483.8
5 486.0
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