Essay A University Begins Year 1 With 80 Faculty

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A university begins Year 1 with 80 faculty. They hire 4 faculty each year. During each year 10% (rounded to the nearest integer) of the faculty present at the beginning of the year leave the university. For example, in a year where there are 73 faculty at the beginning of the year, 7 would leave the university at the end of the year. The university wants to know how many faculty they will have at the end of year 10. The resulting spreadsheet can be found below. The formula copied down from E10 to E11:E18 was _
B9:B18 - ROUND(0.1*B9:B18,0) +C9:C18
Note: If the answer is a formula, there is no need to begin that answer with =. Please do not put any unnecessary spaces or () in your response.

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