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THE NUMBER OF MILES SARAH WALKED ON A DAILY BASIS IS 2.5 MILES. THREE MONTHS LATER,SARAH IS WALKING 6 MILES EACH DAY. WHAT IS THE PERCENT INCREASE

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    6 - 2.5 = 3.5

    2.5/3.5 = ?

    Multiply the decimal answer by 100.

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    71.4

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    Right. She's increased her distance by 71.4%.

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    how do u find out the 71.4 part

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