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- Weâ€™ll dominate anything that stands in our way!
- By: Kelin Price and Erica Redmond

- Our Tumbling establishment offers public tumbling classes for $79.95 per month. We also specialize in Competition Squads. Our Tumbling Facility offers 3 rooms for different ages and experience levels.

- JANITOR
- MANAGER
- TUMBLING COACH
- COMPETITION COACH
- UNIFORM DESIGNER
- NURSE

- The janitors job is to clean up any trash on the ground, mop the floor, clean the potties, and vacuum the spongy mats.
- He/she will be paid $11.50 per hour

- The managerâ€™s job is to make sure everything runs smoothly in the facility and to take care of financial expenses.
- He/she will earn $60.75 per hour

- The tumbling coachâ€™s job is to help students improve their tumbling skills.
- He/she will earn $30.15 per hour

- The competition coachâ€™s job is to help our competition squad improve tumbling skills, create dance routines, and work on stunts.
- He/she will earn $45.50 per hour

- The uniform designer designs uniforms for our competition squad.
- He/she will earn $25.01 per hour

- The nurseâ€™s job is to aid anyone who gets injured during practice.
- He/she will earn $17.35 per hour

- Janitor
- 11.50x (x=hours)
- At this rate the janitor will earn $460 per week, $1,955 per month, and $23,460 per year!

- Manager
- 60.75x (x=hours)
- At this rate the manager will earn $2,430 per week, $10,327.50 per month, and $123,930 per year!

- Tumbling Coach
- 30.15x (x=hours)
- At this rate the tumbling coach will earn $1,206 per week, $5,125.50 per month, and $61,506 per year!

- Competition Coach
- 45.50x (x=hours)
- At this rate the competition coach will earn $1,820 per week, $7,735 per month, and $42,820 per year!

- Uniform Designer
- 25.01x (x=hours)
- At this rate the uniform designer will earn $1,000.40 per week, $4,251.7 per month, and $51,020.40 per year!

- Nurse
- 17.25x (x=hours)
- At this rate the nurse will earn $694 per week, $2932.50 per month, and $35,190 per year!

(x axis=0-2040 and y axis= 0-140,000)

This does not show a direct variation because it is not a straight line. (x axis=0-12 months and 0-160,000=y axis)

- The Dominators Measurements for Success!
- Direct Variation: What is it, and what are 3 ways to represent it?
- Definition: A direct variation is the relation between two quantities whose ratio remains constant.
- Representation 1: y=kx
- Representation 2: On a graph if it starts at 0 and is in a straight line
- Representation 3: On a table if k equals the same number each time the equation y=kx is applied to the numbers in the table

- Direct Variation: What is it, and what are 3 ways to represent it?

- The Dominators Measurements for Success
- Direct Variation: How do you determine the equation for it?

- Answer: Identify the variables and the value for the constant (k), then compare the variables relative to k.
- Example: The managerâ€™s salary is y. The janitorâ€™s salary is x. The managerâ€™s salary is always 4 times that of the janitorâ€™s.
- Formula: y=4x (managerâ€™s salary is always 4 times that of the janitor)

- Example: The managerâ€™s salary is y. The janitorâ€™s salary is x. The managerâ€™s salary is always 4 times that of the janitorâ€™s.

- 1) J < N
- J=Janitorâ€™s payment
- N=Nurseâ€™s payment
- This relates to our business because the janitor makes less than the nurse does

- 2) C > T
- C=Competition Coachâ€™s payment
- T=Tumbling Coachâ€™s payment
- This relates to our business because the competition coach makes more than the tumbling coach does

- 3) U < M
- M=Managerâ€™s payment
- U=Uniform Designerâ€™s payment
- This relates to our business because the uniform designer makes less than the manager does

- First, you would write out the equation.
- Then, you would look for the operation in the equation and used the inverse operation (adding and subtraction or multiplication and division) for both sides of the equation.
- For example, letâ€™s say you have the equation 24+x=94
- Then, you would subtract 24 from each side
- The inverse operations will cancel each other out, leaving that side with just x.

- Equation
- Only has an equal sign (=)
- Can have more than two variables and/or numbers in one equation
- Can have:
- + (addition)
- X (multiplication)
- / (division)
- - (subtraction)

- Inequality
- Has the symbols:
- <
- >
- =
- < (with a line under it)
- > (with a line under it)
- = (with a line through it)

- Can only have one or two variables in one inequality
- Only has two numbers

- Has the symbols: