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Last month Bob's bill was $80.77. This month Bob's bill was $69.06. What is the percent decrease?

80.77-69.06=11.71
11.71 divide 80.77
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Answer: 0.14

Is 0.14 the correct answer?

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    No.

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    How do I solve this?

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    You didn't go far enough. You forgot to multiply your decimal answer by 100 to get the percentage.

    0.1449 = 14.49%

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