# math

Yesterday, the snow was 2 feet deep in front of Archie’s house. Today, the snow depth dropped to 1.6 feet because the day is so warm. What is the percent change in the depth of the snow?

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1. 100 (final - original)/original = percent change

100 (1.6 - 2.0) / 2.0)

note - that is negative, went down

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2. i dont know

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