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Unformatted text preview: 7. If that group of 10 shrinks to 6 instead, now how much each? 8. If that group of 10 shrinks to 7 instead, now how much each? Hints on the next page, if you need them. Hints: #3: the answer is not $3000you can see this by multiplying $3000 by 15 households, getting $45,000 instead of $40,000. #4: the answer is not 3%. #5: Going from 10 to 2 is a factorof5 reduction. #6: You could do this as a factor reduction from #4, but it's easier to base your answer on #5. Or maybe try it both ways, to see if your answers agree. #7: You could do this as a factor reduction from #4, but it's easier to base your answer on #5. Or maybe try it both ways, to see if your answers agree. #8: You could do this as a factor reduction from #4. Or you could take your answer from #4, but imagine it was 1 household instead of 2, then scale the result by 7. Or maybe try it both ways, to see if your answers agree....
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 Winter '08
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