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If I have 9764 pencils in 5 years what is the probability of the number pencils that I will have in the next 8 years.

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    hm first divide the 9764 by 5 to get the number for one year

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    9764/5=1952.8 so one year of pencils is 1952.8 pencils now what do you think you do next?

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    multiply that by 8?

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    i think multiply it by 8 and add the 5 previous years 1952.8*8+9764=25386.4 then round the answer to get 25386

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    @RAWR-MEANS-GO-DIE If I have answered your question, please medal me (best response button)

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    If you want me to explain it I can

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