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anonymous
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S. S. Dukes, a ferry operated by Terry’s Lake Transportation Company, has a current book value of $450,000. When the company purchased the ferry five years ago, it had an estimated life of 25 years, after which it will be scrapped for $50,000. In modeling a linear equation for the ferry’s rate of depreciation, how will you represent the input and output values?
anonymous
 one year ago
S. S. Dukes, a ferry operated by Terry’s Lake Transportation Company, has a current book value of $450,000. When the company purchased the ferry five years ago, it had an estimated life of 25 years, after which it will be scrapped for $50,000. In modeling a linear equation for the ferry’s rate of depreciation, how will you represent the input and output values?

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