# SOLUTION: How to solve a depreciation problem. A car cost \$20,000 new,depreciation formula is 20,000(0.8)^x x being time in years. How many years until car is worth half it's original

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Miscellaneous Word Problems Question 443143: How to solve a depreciation problem. A car cost \$20,000 new,depreciation formula is 20,000(0.8)^x x being time in years. How many years until car is worth half it's original valueAnswer by rwm(914)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!10000=20,000(0.8)^x 1=2(0.8)^x 1/2=.8^x 3.1=x