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Find the percent of increase or decrease. Round your answer to the nearest percent.

Original Amount: $6.50, New Amount: $11.50, Percent of Change: ___%

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    $11.50 - $6.50 = $5.00
    $5.00/$6.50 = 0.769231
    0.769231 * 100 = 76.92308% of increase

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