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Can someone explain this?

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  3. phi
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    for the first question, (using the graph), put your finger on 2000 on the x-axis move up until you reach the "curve" now move sideways to the left until you reach the y-axis what number are you at ? any idea?

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    32

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    B. Use model 1 to determine the cost in 2000 of what cost $10,000 in 1975.

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    first write down the equation for model 1 next, you need to figure out what "x" is. x in the model is the number of years past 1980 you want the year 2000, and 2000 is 2000-1980= 30 years past 1980 in other words, use equation 1, with x=30 can you do that?

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    43,722

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