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A tuition bill was $4360. If she paid $6052 what's the percentage increase on her tuition.

(Could you please show me how you get this answer so I'll have an idea on how to do the others that are similar)

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  1. 6052 - 4360 = 1692

    1692/4360 = 0.3880 = 38.8% increase


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