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Becky Dool just inherited a 1967 Ford Mustang from her late Aunt Cybil. Aunt Cybil purchased the car 40 years ago for $6,000. Becky is either going to sell the car for $8,000 or have it restored and sell it for $22,000. The restoration will cost $6,000. Becky would be better off by:

Select one:

a. $2,000 to have the vehicle restored

b. $6,000 to have the vehicle restored

c. $8,000 to have the vehicle restored

d. $10,000 to have the vehicle restored

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