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posted by sheryl .
Cece scored a 78 on her first math test.
She scored an 84 on her second test. What
is the percent increase, rounded to the nearest tenth, from Cece's first score to
her second score?

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Steve
increase = 6
6/78 = 1/13 = .07692 = 7.7%
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