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Johanna is considering investing some of her savings in art. She estimates that the value of a painting she wants to buy will increase at 6,5% compounded annually. For how many years must Johanna wait for the painting to double in value? Round off your answer to the nearest year. Do you think she is making a wise investment; what are the pros and cons?
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