1.2 Acceleration Questions

1.2 Acceleration Questions - THE SITUATION You have just...

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THE SITUATION You have just rolled out a new product. It’s been on the market for two months. Total sales were 2,000 units at the end of the first month and 8,000 units at the end of the second month. THE QUESTION If sales are projected to accelerate by 50% in the next month what would be a quick but probably decent estimate of total sales at the end of the third month? Explain giving any assumptions POSSIBLE ANSWERS A. 12,000 B. 9,000 C. 17,000 D. 11,000
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THE SITUATION You have just rolled out a new product. It’s been on the market for two months. Total sales were 2,000 units at the end of the first month and 8,000 units at the end of the second month. THE QUESTION - Version 2 If sales are projected to accelerate by 50% in the next month what would be a quick but probably decent estimate of total sales at the end of the fifth month? Explain giving any assumptions
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THE SITUATION You have just rolled out a new product. It’s been on the market for two months. Total sales were 2,000 units at the end of the first month and
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