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Not to sure of how to make reasonable graph for this question. A car was purchased new in 1970. The owner has taken excellent care of the car, and it has realtivly low miles. Draw a resonable graph to show the value of the car from the time it was purchased to the present.

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    It looks to me as though this is an impossible assignment with the information given.

    We don't know the price of the car to begin with. Was it a Mercedes or a Volkswagon? Is it now considered a collectors car? How is that figured into its worth today?

    What is it worth today?

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