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An investor purchased stock for $10,000. He sold it three years later for $12,500. During that time he received $3000 in dividend.

An investor purchased stock for $10,000. He sold it three years later for $12,500. During that time he received $3000 in dividend. Using the compound annual growth rate (CAGR), what was his approximate percentage return?

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