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Dec 13, 2007 - 06:55 AM

year 1-year 2

% increase = (290-280)/280*100

year 2-year 3

% increase = (350-290)/290*100

X=year, f(X) is # of registrants for year X

g(X) = % increase for year X

g(X) = [f(X) - f(X-1)] / f(X-1)*100

for all X from 2002-2007 (there is no growth for 2001) find each g(X)

for example:

g(2002)= (290-280)/280*100% = 3.5%

g(2003)=(350-290)/290*100%= 20.7%

...

average % increase from 2002-2003 is (3.5+20.7)/2years = 12.1%

% increase = (290-280)/280*100

year 2-year 3

% increase = (350-290)/290*100

X=year, f(X) is # of registrants for year X

g(X) = % increase for year X

g(X) = [f(X) - f(X-1)] / f(X-1)*100

for all X from 2002-2007 (there is no growth for 2001) find each g(X)

for example:

g(2002)= (290-280)/280*100% = 3.5%

g(2003)=(350-290)/290*100%= 20.7%

...

average % increase from 2002-2003 is (3.5+20.7)/2years = 12.1%

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