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Suppose the Social Security Administration would like to guarantee the purchasing power of social security payments to the elderly does not diminish. That is, the real value of the payments does not

Suppose the Social Security Administration would like to guarantee the purchasing
power of social security payments to the elderly does not diminish. That is, the real value of
the payments does not decrease. The CPI in 1990 was 130.7 and the CPI in 1998 was
163.0. How much does the Social Security Administration need to increase payments from
1990 to 1998 to accomplish this objective? 

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