# Cameron earns an hourly wage at his job. He makes a table of the number of hours he works each week and the amount of money he ear

Cameron earns an hourly wage at his job. He makes a table of the number of hours he works each week and the amount of money he earns. Assume that Cameron works between 2 and 8 hours a​ day, for 5 days per week. Identify the constraints on the domain. Describe the domain using inequality or​ set-builder notation

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1. For Cameron’s job, the restrictions on the domain are 168 hours for the hourly rate.

### Define the term ​set-builder form?

• x: Characteristic of x or x | Characteristics of x is the generalized form of such a set-builder notation.
• Here, the letter x (but other letters, such as y, z, a, b, or c, may also be used) is used to represent a set element, and it is followed by either a colon (“:”) or a vertical line (“|”).
The total number of hours affects how much money is made.
This suggests that the amount of money made is the result of the number of hours put in.
A week can only have a total of 168 hours (24 x 7).
Thus, the domain for the hourly wage of Cameron.
24 x 7 < 168
Since 168 hours is the maximum that can be completed in a week, this represents the constraint mostly on domain.
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