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On Monday the temperature was 50 degrees the temperature increased by 22%. what was the temperature on Tuesday.
72 degrees
65 degrees
56 degrees
61 dgrees

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  1. help Mrs.Sue plzzzzzzzzzz

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  2. Ok, I will be GLAD to help you check your answer, do you have an answer? OR maybe know the formula for this problem?

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  3. 1.22 * 50 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  4. hurry someone anyone help me

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  5. No one is going to do it for you, me and Ms. Sue are TUTORS. NOT DO IT FOR YOUERS, so please utilize the formula she gave you and get back to us with an answer.

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  6. Patience, child!

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    Ms. Sue
  7. She also gave you the answer, just do 1.22 x 50.

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  8. the answer is 61.

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  9. where did you get the one from?

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  10. yall can fusing and youers is not a word

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  11. my annswer is 61 to

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  12. we got the one adding up everything

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