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An investment decreases by 4% per year for 3 years. By what total percent does it decrease after the 3 years?

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  1. An investment decreases by 4% per year for 3 years. By what total percent does it decrease after the 3 years?

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  2. % Decrease = 4%/yr * 3yrs = 12%.

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