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Tito bought a rare album for $68.00 and later sold it for $76.00. What is the percent of increase, rounded to the nearest tenth?
http://www.thelearningodyssey.com/Assess/DPT/QIEImagesStorage/AQ13A/AQ13AI_A1712_05_stem2_1.gif A. 10.5% B. 11.8% C. 14.1% D. 15.2%
B. 11.8%. (76 - 68) / 68 = 0,117647059 ~= 11.8%.
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