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revenue growth analysis

You are analyzing sales data from a ticket office. The ticket for an adult is $20, while the ticket for a child under 18 is $5. The data you are given is in a dictionary format, where the keys are the sold ticket numbers, and the values are the customer ages. For example, "123-08": 24 means that the ticket was bought a 24 year old. Your goal is to calculate how much more money the office would make if it would change the ticket discount age to the given input. So, your program needs to take an integer as input and output the percentage of revenue growth, if the discount was given to people under that age. For example, if the office made $15000 with the original discount age, and would make $18000 with 14 as the discount age, then the growth would be ((18000-15000)/15000)*100 = 20%

10/15/2021 7:52:50 PM

veena

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veena You will need to create two values for your final comparison. First value =0 Iterate through your dictionary comparing the age values. if the age is >= 18 add 20 to first value else add 5 to first value First value will now tell you how much they make normally. second value =0 do the same as above except compare age to the integer input. second value will now have a different amount of money (younger age -> more money) Then follow the given equation to get your percentage return

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rik thank you so much for your help

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