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From one year to the next the profits of Company a increased from $ 350,000 to $ 425,00 . During that same time period,Company B profits increased from $ 725,000 to $ 950,00 . How much more was company B percent in profits than company A'?

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    A grew by 425/350 = 21.4%
    B grew by 950/725 = 31.0%

    You can probably figure out the difference from that.

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