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Between which two months was the largest decrease in profits recorded? What was the amount of the decrease?

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    Ask yourself this: Between which months were decreases reported? What was the decrease?

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    marchh ?

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    lmfao.

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    whats funny peewee -__-

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    man i really hope you're trolling Between which months were decreases reported? What was the decrease? "marchh?" lmfao, you're too much :)

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    Between which Months (PLURAL) was there a decrease? Another way to do this is to write out the graph: Jan = 3,000 Feb = 4,000 Mar = 1,000 Apr = 10,000 May = 5,000 June = 9,000 What was the change between months? Jan + what = Feb Feb + what = March and so on.

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    @petewe im slow so

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    @Wired im still confused lol feb and march 5,000?

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    think of it like this. which line segment in that graph is the longest? take those 2 points and subtract them

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    I'll show you the first 2: Jan + what = Feb 3000 + what = 4000 what = 1000 Since it's a positive number, it was an increase in profits. The graph shows this because the graph line is sloping upwards between the two months. Feb + what = March 4000 + what = 1000 what = -3000 Since it's a NEGATIVE number, it was a DECREASE in profits. The graph shows this because the graph line is sloping downwards between the two months.

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    OHH I get it now haha A+++

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    you go girl

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