## Algebra and Trigonometry 10th Edition

$80;86.54;93.08;99.62;106.16;112.7;119.24;125.78$
In part $c)$ we got the algebraic model: $N=6.54t+34.22$ Compute $N(t)$ for $t$ from 7 to 14: $N(7)=6.54(7)+34.22=80$ $N(8)=6.54(8)+34.22=86.54$ $N(9)=6.54(9)+34.22=93.08$ $N(10)=6.54(10)+34.22=99.62$ $N(11)=6.54(11)+34.22=106.16$ $N(12)=6.54(12)+34.22=112.7$ $N(13)=6.54(13)+34.22=119.24$ $N(14)=6.54(14)+34.22=125.78$ Place the data in a table: