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What would the currency be from Afghanistan currency if sunglass cost $169.40 U.S. dollar amount, so my question would be how do I solve the equation if S=C(1+r/100)^5 to find the inflated cost S, in 5 years, where C is the current price of that country's currency and where the inflation rate is r%.

S I have to post the country, the inflation rate, the type of currency, a value of C of my choice.

My country is Afghanistan, my price is $169.00 for sunglases, and I have to calculate the approximate inflated cost of C after 5 years. also SUMMARIZE MY FINDINGS IN A BRIEF SENTENCE.

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    169 (1+r/100)^5

    I do not know what the inflation rate is an Afganistan or what their currency s worse,
    say it is 5%

    169 (1.05)^5

    169 ( 1.276)


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