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My question is:
The price of gasoline increased from 93.9 to 99.9. Write the increse as a percent.

My answer is: 6%
Am i correct?

  • Math -

    yes its not that hard

    99.9-93.9=6

    get a calculator

  • Math -

    It's almost correct.

    Percentage Increases are measured in actual increse divided by the original value.
    In the given case, actual increase is 6 cents, and the original value (price) is 93.9 cents. The percentage increase is therefore
    6/93.9*100%, a little more than 6%.

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    2+2

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    Am I real

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