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what is 3% increase of 550,000

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  1. anonymous
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    First you have to find what 3% of 550,000 is. The easiest way to do that is by setting an equation up like this:

  2. anonymous
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    3%=3/100

  3. anonymous
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    Let's make x stand for what 3% of 550,000 is x/550,000

  4. anonymous
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    Now multiply 100(x)=100x 3(550,000)=1,650,000 1,650,000/100=16,500

  5. anonymous
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    so 3% of 550,000 is 16,500 now you said you need to find the 3% increase of 550,000 simply add 550,000+16,500=566,500

  6. anonymous
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    Or just multiply 550,000 by 1.03…

  7. anonymous
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    Thank you, I dont my answer was wrong. I multiplied .03 and 550000 and got 16500 then I added it to 550,000 and got 566500. Thank you my brain is really warped ITS FINALS WEEK- LOL THANK YOU SO MUCH

  8. anonymous
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    NOT DONT BUT THOUGHT SEE MY BRAIN IS WARPED AAAAAAHHHHHHH

  9. anonymous
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    Ha ha no problem!

  10. anonymous
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    :)

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