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Advanced MathQ&A LibraryThe American Booksellers Association, which represents independent booksellers, includes 1500 businesses at 2500 locations. Twenty years ago it represented 4700 businesses at 5500 locations; what is the percent change in the number of businesses and locations represented?Question

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The American Booksellers Association, which represents independent booksellers, includes 1500 businesses at 2500 locations. Twenty years ago it represented 4700 businesses at 5500 locations; what is the percent change in the number of businesses and locations represented?

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The number of businesses is 1500 in 2500 locations. Twenty years ago, the number of businesses was 4700 in 5500 locations.

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Percent change in the number of business,

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