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The price of a certain property increased by 10% in the first year [#permalink]
­This problem seems like a brain teaser. It's like figuring out the ups and downs of property values can be a puzzle sometimes! From my own experience with numbers and trends, it looks like we need to piece together how much the property decreased in the second year. The hints in the statements could help crack this, like understanding the total price by the end of the third year and comparing increases and decreases over time. So, property management in real life can involve a lot of number crunching like this, balancing gains and losses.­
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