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## What single decimal multiplier would you use to decrease by 6% followed by a 7% increase?

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What single decimal multiplier would you use to decrease by 6% followed by a 7% increase?

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2021-08-04T20:34:15+00:00
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Answer:

the single decimal multiplier is 1.0058

Step-by-step explanation:

Let us have 100

Decreasing by 6% will be

100 – 0.06(100)

= 94

Increasing by 7%

= 94 + 0.07(94)

= 100.58

So

to get the single decimal multiplier,

we have 100.58/100 = 1.0058