The value oa ompter t years after purchase is v(t)=500e^(-0.20t) dollars At what rate is the computers value falling after 4 years?

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The value oa ompter t years after purchase is v(t)=500e^(-0.20t) dollars At what rate is the computers value falling after 4 years?

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You have the equation for the value, and you need the rate of change of the value. Take the derivative of the function:\[v'(t) = -0.20*500*e^{-0.20t.}\] Plug in the value of time at which you want to know the rate, and you'll get the rate of decrease.
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**Sorry, it's not $ -- it's in $ per year.
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