4.4B - projection for the first year sales of the text?...

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1 ) Look at the graph of V(t). What happens to the value of the machine  as t increases without bound? (5pts)   The value decreases towards $0.   The value increases towards $400.00   The value increases without bound.   The value decreases towards $400.00 2 ) How much is the machine worth in 10 years? (5pts)   $1,049.61   $1,549.61   $2,049.61   $2,549.61 3 ) How much is the machine worth new? (5pts)   New: $5,600.00   New: $5,200.00   New: $4,800.00   New: $400.00 4 ) If the editor's estimate is correct, what is the most optimistic 
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Unformatted text preview: projection for the first year sales of the text? (5pts) • 20 thousand • 15 thousand • 5 thousand • The sales increase without bound. • 5 ) • How many copies can the editor expect to sell in the first year if no complimentary copies are sent out? (5pts) • 5 thousand • 15 thousand • 20 thousand • none • 6 ) • Assuming the editor is correct what is the most they can expect in sales? (part d) (5pts) • $5,000 • $10,000 • $15,000 • $20,000...
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4.4B - projection for the first year sales of the text?...

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