math 2ND PART (B)

Part (b)
1.If next year the number of accounts increases by 20%, the number of technicians has to be increased by 20%, too. How many new technicians have to be hired next year?
Please note: your result has to be rounded to the whole number.
2.What will be the total number of technicians working for the company next year?


8 x .2 = 1.6

Rounded, how many technicians will need to be hired?

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