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although this question deals with algebra, I feel that it pertains to matricies and probability more

basically, how do i find long term trends of a matrix with algebra?

ex. 2 competing soft drink companines cola A, and cola B presently have 1/3 and 2/3 shares of the market, respectively.

92% of cola A drinmiers will buy cola A again , the remainder switch to cola B

85% of Cola B drinkers will buy cola B again, and the remainder will switch brands

What is the market share after 2 weeks?

please help me and thanks in advance

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# Long term trends in a matrix

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