In this lesson we look at how to quickly calculate percent increase and decrease given repeated applications of a constant growth or decay. You can access the worksheet used in this lesson by clicking on: http://www.edline.net/files/_vCAgp_/2451ac7aa25881ff3745a49013852ec4/Unit__5.Lesson__2.5.Percent_Practice_Work.pdf
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