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Gigacorp Revenue - Question I## Thank you so much for your

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How do you read this graph? For example, I thought the In-Store revenue for 2003 was around 2 since that's where the top of the blue bar reaches.

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## These graphics take a while

These graphics take a while to get used to.

The very top represents TOTAL revenue. So, the TOTAL revenue was 3,000,000 in 2003, and 5,000,000 in 2004, etc

Each big bar (representing TOTAL revenue) is divided into 3 part representing catalog sales, in-store sales, and online sales.

So, in 2004, we see that the total revenue is $3,000,000

Of this total revenue, about $300,000 is from catalog sales, about $1,900,000 is from in-store sales (in the video, we estimate it to be $2,000,000 which is close enough), and about $800,000 is from online sales.

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