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The matrix below shows the sales, in thousands of dollars, for three different stores over a period of two years.
sales
store A store B store C
year 1[110 250 400]
year 2 150 300 350
Each store's profit is 3% of its sales. What is the profit, in thousands of dollars, for store b in year 2?

300,000 * 0.03 = ?

300,000*0.03= 9

Do you really think the profit is only $9.00?
Please try this calculation again. 
i don't know that's the only answer i can get


9000
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