In 1990, Tom Jager of the United States set a world record by swimming 50M at a rate of 2.29 m/s. Previously, the fastest swimming rate on record was 2.26 m/s, set in 1975 by David Holmes Edgar, also of the United States. Calculate the percentage by which the rate increased
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2.29-2.26/2.26=.0132743363---so the rate increased by 1.32743363%..
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i kind got something different what did i do wrong would you mind explaining to me
you subtract old record by the new one.. then divide by the new record
first do the subtraction... then multiply the answer by 100 to get the percent!
did u get it right this time?
ok i took 2.29/2.26-2.26=1.27
no.... its (2.29-2.26)/2.26
ok i get it now i get o.0132743362 i them move the decennial making it 1.327....
no ... multiply by 100 to make it a percent....
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oky thats where i missed up thks i get it now
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