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In 1977, the price of a scientific calculator was $175. In 2004, the price was $15. Assuming the change in price was linear, what was the approximate price of a scientific calculator in 1998?

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    in 27 years it dropped $160 so drops and average of \[\frac{160}{27}\] per year. in 21 year then it will drop \[21\times \frac{160}{27}=46\tfrac{2}{3}\]

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    oops i made a mistake.

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