# Astudent raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. what was the percent of increase (2023)

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Astudent raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. what was the percent of increase in the student s grade average? round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 20% 16.7% 8.3% 15% 2. beanbag chairs that normally sell for \$36.50 are on sale for \$32.12. find the percent of discount. round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 88% 12% 13.6% 3.38% 3. last year, austin, texas received 23.5 inches of rainfall. this year, austin received 21.2 inches of rainfall. find the percent of decrease

P Answered by PhD 9

Here are some formulas...
percent increase = (new number - original number) / original number...* 100
percent decrease = (original number - new number) / original number...* 100

a student raises her grade from a 75 to a 90since it is going from a smaller number to a larger number, u have an increase
percent increase = (90 - 75) / 70* 100
= 15/70 * 100
= 0.2142 * 100
= 21.42 rounds to 21.4% increase

36.50 on sale for 32.12...since it goes from a larger number to a smaller number, u have a decrease
percent decrease = (original number - new number) / original * 100
= (36.50 - 32.12) / 32.12...* 100
= 4.38 / 32.12...* 100
= 0.1363...* 100
= 13.63 rounds to 13.6% decrease

23.5 to 21.2this is a decrease
percent decrease = (original number - new number) / original...* 100
= (23.5 - 21.2) / 23.5* 100
= 2.3 / 23.5* 100
= 0.0979 * 100
= 9.79 rounds to 9.8% decrease

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Astudent raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. what was the percent of increase in the student s grade average? round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 20% 16.7% 8.3% 15% 2. beanbag chairs that normally sell for \$36.50 are on sale for \$32.12. find the percent of discount. round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary. (1 point) 88% 12% 13.6% 3.38% 3. last year, austin, texas received 23.5 inches of rainfall. this year, austin received 21.2 inches of rainfall. find the percent of decrease

P Answered by PhD 9

Here are some formulas...
percent increase = (new number - original number) / original number...* 100
percent decrease = (original number - new number) / original number...* 100

a student raises her grade from a 75 to a 90since it is going from a smaller number to a larger number, u have an increase
percent increase = (90 - 75) / 70* 100
= 15/70 * 100
= 0.2142 * 100
= 21.42 rounds to 21.4% increase

36.50 on sale for 32.12...since it goes from a larger number to a smaller number, u have a decrease
percent decrease = (original number - new number) / original * 100
= (36.50 - 32.12) / 32.12...* 100
= 4.38 / 32.12...* 100
= 0.1363...* 100
= 13.63 rounds to 13.6% decrease

23.5 to 21.2this is a decrease
percent decrease = (original number - new number) / original...* 100
= (23.5 - 21.2) / 23.5* 100
= 2.3 / 23.5* 100
= 0.0979 * 100
= 9.79 rounds to 9.8% decrease

A student raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. What was the percent of increase in the student s grade average? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent if necessary

P Answered by PhD 3

20%

Explanation:

20% is the correct answer because:

(new grade - old grade) / old grade and everything we will multiply with the whole number, 100% and that is actually:

90-75 = 15

15 / 75 = 0,2

0,2 x 100% = 20 %

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Astudent raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. what was the percent of increase in the student’s grade average? round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary.

P Answered by Master 11

=(new-old)/old *100%
=(90-75)/75 *100%
=20%
hope it helps

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Astudent raises her grade average from a 75 to a 90. what was the percent of increase

P Answered by Master 5

This can be solved algebraically. Before we start, as context, to find a percentage you multiply by the percentage/100. This tells us that 90 is120% of 75. However, your question wants us to find theincrease, therefore we don't need that 100.
Therefore, the increase is20%.

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7th grade need its a assignment: inequality word problems quiz1. -3x 27. solve for x. a. x 9 b. x 9 c. x -9 d. x -9 2. x/5 25. solve for x. a.x 20 b.x 5 c.x 100 d.x 125 3. x - 4 17. solve for x. a.x 21 b.x 13 c.x 21 d.x 13 4. what is a possible value of x if -5 x 0? a.-6 b.3 c.-3 d.6 5. which inequality would you use? no more than 220 people are in the theater. a. p 220 b. p 220 the arrow is underlined c. p 220 d.p 220the arrow is underlined 6. which inequality would you use? there are at least a dozen eggs left. a. e 12 b. e 12 c. e 12 d. e 12

P Answered by Specialist 9

For number 1, you divide both sides by -3 and because it is a negative number, you need to flip the sign so the answer is d.
For number 2, because you need to make the x by itself, you multiply both sides by 5 which gives you c.
For number 3, you add both sides by 4 so you get a.
For number 4, you find the number between -5 and 0 so the answer is c.
For number 5, the answer is b. nothing much to explain.
For number 6, its the greater than with the line underneath
For number 7, the answer is d.
For number 8, b
For number 9, c
For number 10, A

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7th grade need its a assignment: inequality word problems quiz1. -3x 27. solve for x. a. x 9 b. x 9 c. x -9 d. x -9 2. x/5 25. solve for x. a.x 20 b.x 5 c.x 100 d.x 125 3. x - 4 17. solve for x. a.x 21 b.x 13 c.x 21 d.x 13 4. what is a possible value of x if -5 x 0? a.-6 b.3 c.-3 d.6 5. which inequality would you use? no more than 220 people are in the theater. a. p 220 b. p 220 the arrow is underlined c. p 220 d.p 220the arrow is underlined 6. which inequality would you use? there are at least a dozen eggs left. a. e 12 b. e 12 c. e 12 d. e 12

P Answered by Specialist 9

For number 1, you divide both sides by -3 and because it is a negative number, you need to flip the sign so the answer is d.
For number 2, because you need to make the x by itself, you multiply both sides by 5 which gives you c.
For number 3, you add both sides by 4 so you get a.
For number 4, you find the number between -5 and 0 so the answer is c.
For number 5, the answer is b. nothing much to explain.
For number 6, its the greater than with the line underneath
For number 7, the answer is d.
For number 8, b
For number 9, c
For number 10, A

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Christine is working on learning new recipes because she wants to be prepared when she leaves for college. After her first week, combining what she already knew with a few new recipes, she has already mastered 13 dinners. She is planning to add 2 new ones each week to her skills.

First term of the sequence is 13.
To get the next term you would add 2.
After ten weeks total number of recipies mastered bt Christine = 33.

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