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This equation follows directly from the levels form of the quantity equation using some basic math. If two quantities are always equal, as in the levels form of the equation, then the growth rates of the quantities must be equal. In addition, the percentage growth rate of the product of two quantities is equal to the sum of the percentage growth rates of the individual quantities.

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