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an old tv is 27 inches the new tv is 42 inches.... how much bigger is the new tv that the old tv...if the odl tv has 27 inches and the new tv has 42 inches

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    42 - 27 = 15

    15/27 = 0.55555 = 56 percent bigger

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    so would it be 15 inche sbigger and 56% bigger too...both of them are right right

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    Right.

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    kkk thank u

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