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Selena2345

The value of a computer is given by the expression 2000+(-2000t),where t is the time in years. Time 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year Value B. Describe the change in the value of the computer for each year.

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    all you have to do for the first part is replace the variable "t" with the year, like for year one 200+(-2000t) you would replace the "t" with a "1" so the expression would be 2000+(-2000*1) so -2000*1=-2000 and -2000+2000=0 so for year one the value would be zero. and so on for the rest of the years for part b you would have to finish the table. then describe the change in value as it says. i hope im right hahah. if im not i apologise .

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    You are correct.

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    oh ok . :) do you get it now selena?

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  4. Selena2345
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    yes sophia

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    ok good . :P

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    if you have anymore questions just ask .

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