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A furniture store has a chair originally priced at $76 on sale for $58. What is the percent of decrease rounded to the nearest tenth?
Weegy: 76-58=18 18/76=23.7% is the percent of decrease rounded to the nearest tenth. (More)
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A video, originally priced at $15, is on sale for $5.50. What is the percent of decrease rounded to the nearest whole number? A. 63% B. 10% C. 17% D. 47%
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The electric bill in May was $248.00. In June the bill was $265.00. What is the percent of increase rounded to the nearest tenth?
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A video, originally priced at $15, is on sale for $5.50. What is the percent of decrease rounded to the nearest whole number?
Weegy: The percent of decrease rounded to the nearest whole number is 63% less from the original price. Solution: divide $5.50 by $5.50 which is equals to 1. Then, divide $5.50 by $15 equals 0.37. 0.37 multiply by 100% equals 37%. [ You've paid only 37% of the original price of the video and you got 63% less. ] (More)
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51 is 85% of what number?
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51 is 85% of 60
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