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LAST YEAR, A TICKET TO A MOVIE COST $7.50. THIS YEAR, THE PRICE INCREASED TO $9.00. BY WHAT PERECT IS THE PRICE INCREASE

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    You can do this problem the same way I showed you for the last problem.

    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    150

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    No.

    9.00 - 7.50 = 1.50

    Divide 1.50 by 7.50 and multiply by 100.

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    Pay attention to the decimal points. Then multiply the decimal answer by 100.

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