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This line graph represents the price of a trading card during the first <math>6</math> months of <math>1993</math>. | This line graph represents the price of a trading card during the first <math>6</math> months of <math>1993</math>. | ||
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Therefore, <math> \boxed{\text{(B)}\ \text{March}} </math> has the largest price drop. | Therefore, <math> \boxed{\text{(B)}\ \text{March}} </math> has the largest price drop. | ||
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Problem
This line graph represents the price of a trading card during the first months of .
The greatest monthly drop in price occurred during
Solution
The graph shows the following price changes:
Jan : Change:-0.50
Feb : Change:+2.00
Mar : Change:-2.50
Apr : Change:+3.00
May : Change:-0.50
Jun : Change:-2.00
Therefore, has the largest price drop.
See Also
1993 AJHSME (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | ||
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All AJHSME/AMC 8 Problems and Solutions |