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> The data I was given are as follows:
> the cities,
> Agricultural/Industrial population (%) in 1980,
> Agricultural/Industrial population (%) in 1990,
> their percentage changes in population from 1980 to 1990.
> City A 95/5, 50/50, +95
> City B 20/80, 50/50, -40
> City C 80/20, 60/40, +20
> City D 90/10, 10/90, +180
The +/- is the change in overall population from 1980 to 1990.
City A had a 95 percent increase
City B had a 40 percent decrease
City C had a 20 percent increase
City D had a 180 percent increase...
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