Let [math]S = G(t) be a function which will calculate the salary [math]S\text{,} in dollars, for working [math]t hours per month.

- Choose the correct notation for the following statement:
*The salary is [math]*\$2900 for working [math]160 hours per month.[math] G(2900) = 160 [math] G(160) = 2900 - Choose the correct notation for the following statement:
*If you work [math]*90 hours per month, your salary will be [math]\$1500\text{.} [math] G^{-1}(1500) = 90 [math] G^{-1}(90) = 1500