1. Keep a log of your work hours. Pocketsized spiral notebooks are ideal for this. Every day at work, record your arrival or start time and your departure time or end of the workday
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40 hours per week times 52 weeks per year equals 2080 hours.
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1. Write down all information of the problem you want to determine, include the time it took you to travel and the distance you went. You can calculate the miles per hour in different
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1. Press the Y= key to bring up a screen to enter the equation(s) you are trying to graph. Type one equation for each Y= line. If you need to use variables, such as the letter X,
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