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I need help with this one, could someone tell me how I would be able to do this?
1. Find the percent of change when the price of a radio changes from \$40.00 to \$44.00.
A. 10% decrease
B. 10% increase
C. 36.4% decrease
D. 40% increase
Thanks!

change: 44-40 = +4

% change: 4/40 = 1/10 = +10%

% change is figured by dividing the change amount by the starting value.

Thank you so much Steve! I get it now, thanks so much!

1. B
2. D
3. A
4. D
5. B

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