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The original price of stock was D dollars.the selling price for share of the same stock at latter date was represented by the expression 1.15(0.95d ) which description could explain what happened to the price. OF share of stock
A the price decreased by 5% and then increased by 0.15%
B the price decreased by 95% than increases by 0.15%
C the price decreased by 5% than increased by15%
D. The price decreased by 95% than increased by 15%

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  1. well, 1.15 is a 15% increase and 0.95 is a 5% decrease,
    so, ...

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    posted by Steve
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