# The table shows the number of weeks of vacation employees receive each year, based on the number of years they have been employed. What does v(15) = 5 mean in terms of the problem?

A. A worker with 5 years of service gets 15 weeks of vacation each year.

B. There are 5 workers who have 15 years of service each.

C. A worker took 5 weeks of vacation in 15 years.

D. A worker with 15 years of service gets 5 weeks of vacation each year.

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MathengThe correct answer is option D D. A worker with 15 years of service gets 5 weeks of vacation each year. ======================================== Explanation of the problem: the number of weeks of vacation employees receive each year, is related to the number of years they have been employed. So, the number of weeks of vacation will be higher as the employees was employed for higheryears

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smmwaiteThe table is prepared such that it represents an yearly data.Â So,Â Â v(15) = 5Â means; D. A worker with 15 years of service gets 5 weeks of vacation each year.