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# What percentage increase is it from 31% to 62%

31% of students at the beginning of the year reported good attendance. At the end of the year 62% reported good attendance. What percentage increase is this?

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There are two valid answers for this. The increase from 31% to 62% is 31%, for one answer. The other says it doubled from 31% to 62% so the increase is 100%.

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