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mark received a 3.5% salary increase. His salary after the raise was $36,432. What was his salary before the raise?

  • pre-calculus -

    1.035 x = 36432

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    what is the process of how you got this answer

  • pre-calculus -

    100 % + 3.5 % increase = 103.5%
    fraction = percent/100
    fraction = 103.5/100 =1.035

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