# mayh

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Price of corn was 4%/ on Jan 2009 and 7%/ on Jan 2010. By what percentage did the corn price change from Jan 2009 to Jan 2010?

• mayh -

Something is missing

• mayh -

3%? doesn't look right, the corn wouldn't cost 4%, 4% of what?

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