ok guys last problem and I won't bother you anymore! a business purchases a van for $27,000. After 5 years it's depreciated value will be $12,000. write an equation, find the value after 2 years
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27000 - some sort of linear depreciation for 5 years = 12000
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does that make sense?
lol kinda so in the book t= time and v = the value of the van in terms of years
v(t) = original price - dep(time)
v(t) = 27000 - dep(t)
where dep is determined fromthe givein information
15000 over 5 years; is just 3000 per year
v(t) = 27000 - 3000(t)
when t=2 we get ?
6000 if its 3000 a year right?
the example in the book gives like 100 extra steps
my arthritis doesnt let me do 100 steps :)
we could try to poit this to get a slope ...
(0,27000) and (5,12000)
-5, 15000; slope = 15000/-5 = -3000
y-(27000) = -3000(x-0)
y = -3000x + 27000
i find steps to be pointless when compared to reason ...
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