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anonymous

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You are first forecasting sales across retail products for 20,015 and want to compare those numbers two 2014 in your sales for 2005 are increased by 5% 2004 if your sales for 2005 increase by 5% on photos from the previous year what are the total sales for 2015

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  1. Asad786
    • one year ago
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    this question doesn't make sense

  2. Asad786
    • one year ago
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    its missing a few words starting at the 2nd scentece till the end

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    It multiplies every year with 1.05 so you should do: \[1.05^{2015-2004}*20,015\] And then in 2015 it will be 34,232

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