Inflation

What is better for people (employees)?


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Solution:

n1=1.16xy n2=x0.84y n1n2=1.160.84=0.97 n1=0.97n2 n1<n2 n_1 = \dfrac{ 1.16 x}{y} \ \\ n_2 = \dfrac{ x}{ 0.84 y} \ \\ \dfrac{ n_1}{n_2} = 1.16 \cdot 0.84 = 0.97 \ \\ n_1 = 0.97 n_2 \ \\ n_1 < n_2 \ \\



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