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What is the ratio of growths for the two years 95 & 96?

1. The line joining the points showing the revenues for 94 and 95 makes an angle of 40 with positive x-axis and the line showing the revenues for 95 and 96 makes an angle of 80 with positive x-axis.
2. One division on y-axis is equivalent to thousand rupees.

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