Yesterday, the snow was 2 feet deep in front of Archie’s house. Today, the snow depth dropped to 1.6 feet because the day is so warm. What is the percent change in the depth of the snow?

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Yesterday, the snow was 2 feet deep in front of Archie’s house. Today, the snow depth dropped to 1.6 feet because the day is so warm. What is the percent change in the depth of the snow?

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So first, subtract the original number, which is 2, with the second number, which is 1.6. After you finish Subtracting 2 - 1.6, divide our answer by 2, the original number. So pretty much our problem so far looks like this |dw:1442328032710:dw|
so you will get 12
I'm sorry, subtract 1.6 - 2, not 2 - 1.6|dw:1442328137383:dw|

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so it 2
Not quite. 1.6 - 2 will be a negative decimal
-0.4
Right, so now we have |dw:1442328255258:dw|
What do you get? This will also be a negative decimal
-0.2
Right! The last step is to multiply our answer, -0.2, by 100 and throw on a percent sign. what is -0.2 x 100?
-20
ight, so there is a -20% change
Also, 20% decrease
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