# math

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setup an equation or expression to model the situation below:

in one year, sales for a company increase at a constant rate. after two months, the company sells 12,500 products, and after 8 months, the company sells 30,000 products. If the constant rate of increase continues, how many products do you project the company to sell in 4 years?

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