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a collectible comic book worth $40 two years ago gained 15% in value the next year, but then lost 15% in value this year what is it worth now?

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    40 * 1.15 = 46

    46 - (46 * 0.15) = ?

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    thanx ms.sue haha my manager does not know how to do any of this! i asked him for help but he doesn't get it.. so thank you! oh and the answer is $39.10!

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