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  • 2 years ago

help pweaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee i have the answer i just need to know how to do it The January 14, 2002 issue of TIME magazine reported that Wal-Mart’s 3rd quarter revenues for 2001 were 600% more than its No. 2 competitor, K-Mart. What were K-Mart’s revenues during this period if Wal-Mart’s revenues were $48 billion?

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  1. mitchelsewbaran
    • 2 years ago
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    For the number to be 600% more, WalMart's number was 7 times more than K-Mart's number. 48 = 7 * K K = 48 / 7 = 6.86 billion

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