anonymous
  • anonymous
Find each percent of change and round to the nearest tenth. 36 to 30
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anonymous
  • anonymous
40
anonymous
  • anonymous
or else..............
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Directrix
  • Directrix
(36 - 30)/36 = 6/36 = .1667 = 16.67 decrease
anonymous
  • anonymous
% change = (new value - old value)/old value = (30-36)/36 = -16.6667%=-17%
anonymous
  • anonymous
It should be -16.7 as it is corrected to the nearest tenth
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