The following table shows a person's nominal and real wages for three years, as well as the price level (price index) for each year, using the first year as the base year. Fill in the blanks in the table. Then calculate the annual inflation rate for each year (not including the base year). Instructions: Round your answers to 2 decimal places. Nominal Wage ($) Real Wage ($) Inflation Rate (%) Year Price Level 1 7.00 140 5.00 2. 9.00 7.00 150.00 3 11 160.00 7.50

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The following table shows a person's nominal and real wages for three years, as well as the price level (price index) for each
year, using the first year as the base year. Fill in the blanks in the table. Then calculate the annual inflation rate for each year
(not including the base year).
Instructions: Round your answers to 2 decimal places.
Nominal Wage ($)
Real Wage ($)
Inflation Rate (%)
Year
Price Level
1
7.00
140
5.00
2.
9.00
7.00
150.00
3
11
160.00
7.50

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The following table shows a person's nominal and real wages for three years, as well as the price level (price index) for each year, using the first year as the base year. Fill in the blanks in the table. Then calculate the annual inflation rate for each year (not including the base year). Instructions: Round your answers to 2 decimal places. Nominal Wage ($) Real Wage ($) Inflation Rate (%) Year Price Level 1 7.00 140 5.00 2. 9.00 7.00 150.00 3 11 160.00 7.50

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