anonymous
  • anonymous
A motorcycle is depreciating at 12% per year, every year. A student's $11,250 motorcycle depreciating at this rate can be modeled by the equation V(t) = 11,250(0.88)t. What is an equivalent equation for this vehicle as a monthly depreciation and, using this equation, what is the motorcycle worth (rounded to the nearest hundred dollar) 8 years after purchase?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
V(t) = 11,250(0.9894)12t, $4,000 V(t) = 11,250(0.8800)12t, $10,300 V(t) = 11,250(1.12)−t, $4,500 V(t) = 11,250(0.9894)t, $4,000
anonymous
  • anonymous
@welshfella
welshfella
  • welshfella
the 12t is correct because there are 12 months in 1 year. t will now be the number of months. But I cant see how they get 0.9894.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thats the same thing i said but ill go with the first one , thanks

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