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  1. anonymous
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    its .79

  2. anonymous
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    if it was increasing, it would be 1.21

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    oh ok so they are different depending on if they increase or decrease

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    well if it was increasing you would be taking 100% of it or 1.00 and adding the 21% or .21 to it.

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    But since its decreasing, .79 of the price is what you would get if you multiplied the 19,000 by .21 and then just subtracted it

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    all its really doing is taking away about 1 step

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    okay gotcha thank you

  8. anonymous
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    no problem!

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