Posted by **Stacy H** on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at 1:24pm.

1. A school had 900 students at the start of a school year. If there is an enrollment increase of 7% by the beginning og the next year, what is the new enrollement?

Did I do it correctly?

900/b=7/100

7B=900*100

7B=90000

B=90000/7

B=72,857

If B is suppose to be next year's enrollement, up from 900 to 72 thousand, that hardly seems reasonable.

900 ( 1+.07)= new enrollment

oh I see thanks!

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