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# Beverage cans are manufactured of steel or aluminum. From the followin

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Beverage cans are manufactured of steel or aluminum. From the following graphs, what was the approximate percentage change in number of beverage cans manufactured from 1990 to 1995?

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Beverage cans are manufactured of steel or aluminum. From the following graphs, what was the approximate percentage change in number of beverage cans manufactured from 1990 to 1995?

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