# Interpreting Graphs: We often use graphs of recent data to project the changes in future data. The following is the...

Interpreting Graphs: We often use graphs of recent data to project the changes in future data. The following is the graph of a car's value. The car was bought for $20000. Each year, the cars value decreases $2800. we can use this to project what the worth of the car will be if we ever decide to sell it.
A. Write a formula to model the car's value, where "y" is the value of the car and "x" is the number of years.
B. Find the value of the car algebraic after five years. does this match the graph above?
C. What is an appropriate label for each axis? Y axis: X axis:
D. Estimate the x and y intercepts and state what each one means in relation to the value of the car.
Y intercept:
x intercept:

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1. Interpreting Graphs: We often use graphs of recent data to project the changes in future data. The following is the graph of a car’s value. The car was bought for $20,000. Each year, the car’s …

Interpreting Graphs: We often use graphs of recent data to project the changes in future data. The following is the graph of a car's value. The car was bought for $20000. Each year, the cars value …