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A 250 square foot shell and tube heat exchanger was purchased for $15,250 in 2004 when the index value was 830. Estimate the cost of 150 square foot shell and tube heat exchanger in 2014 when the index value is 1,059 and the appropriate cost-capacity factor is 0.6.

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