10
0.90
Option A
not change
1.27 | 1.27 |
-1.63 | -0.6 |
-0.12 | 0.38 |
0.88 | 0.78 |
-1.03 | -1.27 |
0.32 | 0.11 |
-1.46 | -2.17 |
1.14 | 0.83 |
0.58 | 0.47 |
0.06 | 0.2 |
0.897289 |
the choices for the final blank are "not change" "increase" or "decrease". please help. thank you...
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