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The net profit of a company for 5 consecutive years is shown below. which statement is supported by the information? Year Net Profit (Millions of dollars) 1984 12.5 1985 14.6 1986 13.1 1987 14.5 1988 12.2 __________________________________ A.The net profit in 1987 was 20% greater than the net profit in 1986 B. The greatest increase in net profit for 2 consecutive years occurred from 1984 to 1986 C. the greatest decrease in net profit for 2 consecutive years occurred for 1985 to 1986

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D. The sum of the net profits for 1984 and 1985 was greater than the sum of the net profits for 1986 and 1987
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