Learnrite

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Project Industry Sales for Children's Software through 2015 (Sales in Millions) Q.A 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Revenue _-$1,000_- _-$1,000_- _-$1,350_- _-$1,823_- _-$2,461_- Industry Growth Rate 35% _-$ 350_- _-$ 472_- _-$ 638_- _-$ 861_- Projected Industry Sales _-$1,350_- _-$1,822_- _-$2,461_- _-$3,322_-

Growth Rate Over the 2011-2015 Period Q.B 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Revenue _-$1,000,000_- _-$9,600,000_- _-$30,100,000_- _-$67,800,000_- _-$121,400,000_- Less previous year revenue _-$1,000,000_- _-$9,600,000_- _-$30,100,000_- _-$67,800,000_- Annual Sales Growth _-$8,600,000_- _-$20,500,000_- _-$37,700,000_- _-$53,600,000_- Divided by previous year revenue _-$1,000,000_- _-$9,600,000_- _-$30,100,000_- _-$67,800,000_- Growth Rate 860.00% 213.54% 125.25% 79.06% Compound Growth Rate 231.94% Expected Market Share Q.C 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Revenue 1.00 9.60 30.10 67.80 121.40 Projected Industry Sales 1000 1350 1823 2461 3322 Expected Market Share 0.10% 0.71% 1.65% 2.75% 3.65%

Net Income (in millions) Q.D 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Revenue 1 9.6 30.1 67.8 121.4 Gross Profit Margin 40% 40% 40% 40% 40% Gross Profit $0.40 $3.84 $12.04 $27.12 $48.56 Less Operating Expenses 4 6 Nil Nil Nil Net Income Margin Nil Nil 0.1 0.1 0.1 Net Income (loss) ($ 3.60) ($ 2.16) $3.01 $6.78…...

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