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If I received $1.03 raise how do I represent in percentage (the difference between $28.85 and $29.42 )

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The difference between $28.85 and $29.42 is $0.57. For percentages, see my answer to your other question.

For the $1.03 raise, that depends on what your wages were before the raise. If you were receiving $1.03 then a $1.03 raise is a 100% raise. If you were receiving $10.30 then a $1.03 raise is a 10% raise. If you were receiving $103.00 then a $1.03 raise is a 1% raise.

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