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how do u get the area of 125,788 ft to be 10% and 20% larger?

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multiply by \[1.1\] and \[1.2\] respectively. is this the entire problem?
can i ask why its 1.1 and 1.2 but not just 0.1 and 0.2?
if you multiply by .1 or .2 you will find 10% or 20%, but you want to INCREASE it by 10%

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so if you like, you could find 10% and then add it on, or else you can just multiply by 1.1 here we can try it
ohhhhh! i feel quite stupid at the moment.......but thank u! so its 138,366.8 and 150,945.6?
\[125,788(1.1)= 138366.8\] or \[125,788+.1\times 125,788=125,788+12,578.8=138366.8\]
OMG! thank u sooo much!
works out the same either way, yw
why did you become my fan? lols
yup! :) is that okay?
i asked why. lol and its fine. i dont care. haha

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