Question about 2002 Toyota Sequoia
To calculate the percentage increase
1.) add the two numbers and 2.90 and 3.84=6.74
2.) then you need to find the difference by subtracting the two numbers 3.84-2.90=.94 (amount of increase)
3.)Figure out what percent .94 is of the original amount
Use this formula: amount of increase = original amount * percent increase. Since you do not know the percentage increase, plug in the values you do know and leave that as the variable. This looks like .94=2.90 x
4.) solve for x is the difference by the lowest amount .94/2.90=0.32
5.) change your answer to % by moving the decimal point to the right two spaces 32.%
(increased amount - original amount) / original amount. This would look like (3.84 - 2.90)/2.90. The answer is still 32%
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
Divide 3.84 by 2.90...that is your percentage increase...i.e 1.32 times
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
Sorry, for the error of concept.The correct answer is 27.89%.Re post if you need to know the exact procedure.
Sorry for the error of concept ,the correct answer is 27.8%.Re post if you need to know the exact procedure.
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I may not know my math from grade school but I know that is NOT CORRECT. I want to know if it is a 20% or 21% or 30% increase. Maybe you misunderstood me? You can call to discuss: 305-588-3032 My name is Dennis
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You mean I have to PAY to see your math????? I will never use this again if that is the case. I would expect that from reading about the company it would be in the spirit of the corporate culture to help and show how it is done, not charge me everytime I need to calculate the increases of fuel prices in this country. We are a shipping business and this happens all the time.
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