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Find the percent of increase from $6.00 to $7.00 to the nearest whole percent.
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total change \[$ 7 - $ 6= $ 1\]
so $ 1 is how much percent of $ 6???
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The answer is 17% but how did they get that?
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\[{{1}\over{6}}\times100\]
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:)
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but the answer is 17%....?
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Yes it's right!
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Now I get it. thank you. :D
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np u r welcome
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because you have to round it off and we are getting 16.66% as after decimal we are having (.66) and for last 0.06 it should be rounded off to 0.66 approximately becomes 0.70 again 0.7 is greater than 0.5 so it should be rounded off to 1. so 16.66% approximately becomes 17%
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thank u @sheg! :)