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Question 2.2. The temperature of an oven went from 330° to 396°. What was the percent increase in temperature? (Points : 5) 2% 16.6% 20% 66%

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  1. perl
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    $$ \Large \rm \left|\frac{new - original }{original }\right| \times 100 = Percent ~ Change $$

  2. anonymous
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    can i give the direct answer

  3. anonymous
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    or no

  4. perl
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    better guide the student

  5. anonymous
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    66

  6. perl
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    sid thats incorrect

  7. perl
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    $$ \Large \rm \left|\frac{new - original }{original }\right| \times 100 = Percent ~ Change \\~\\~\\ \Large \rm \left|\frac{396 - 330 }{330 }\right| \times 100 $$

  8. anonymous
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    this is the worst subject i suck badly so i dont get it could you help me to understand it

  9. perl
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    sure just do the division first

  10. anonymous
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    first multiply each percentage by 396 and then the answer you get from multiplying subtract it

  11. perl
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    $$ \Large \rm \frac{new - original }{original } \times 100 = Percent ~ Change \\~\\~\\ \Large \rm \frac{396 - 330 }{330 }\times 100 \\~\\~\\ \Large \rm \frac{66 }{330 }\times 100 $$

  12. anonymous
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    for example

  13. anonymous
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    20

  14. perl
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    @unkownbeast911 to make your method work you have to multiply each percentage by 330, not 396

  15. anonymous
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    oh ok

  16. anonymous
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    Perl can you help me with some not telling me the answer but helping me understand it

  17. perl
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    then subtract the result from 396, and see if it matches 330

  18. perl
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    ok sid

  19. anonymous
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    want me to open a new question or message ?

  20. perl
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    lets open a new question

  21. anonymous
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    ok

  22. perl
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    in case i get disconnected, other people can help

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