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in february, rent inreased from \$875 to \$915 per month. what was the percent of increase to the nearest percent?

a 4%
b 5%
c 40%
d 50%

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i'd say d
but i might be wrong.

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increase = 40

so rate of increase = 40/875 = ??

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