The base year expenditure figures are found by multiplying the base year quantities by the base year

The base year expenditure figures are found by multiplying the base year quantities by the base year

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The base year expenditure figures are found by multiplying the  base year quantities  by the  base  year  prices. Similarly, the current year expenditure figures are found by multiplying the  base year  quantities  by the  current  year prices. In order to calculate a CPI for this basket of three goods, one  needs only the total base year and current year expenditures on all three goods. The CPI value for 
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