# calculus

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The US inflation rate had been 3.5 % per year and the Argentinian inflation rate had been 36 % per month.
(a) What is the yearly equivalent of Argentina's 36 %monthly inflation rate?
(b) What is the monthly equivalent of the US 3.5 %yearly inflation rate?

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