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The market bought grapes for $0.87 a pound and sold them for $1.09 a pound. What is the percent of increase rounded to the nearest tenth? A. 20.2% B. 25.3% C. 22.0% D. 22.1%
The answer is B. The difference, .22, divided by .87 equals 25.3%.
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User: The market bought grapes for $0.87 a pound and sold them for $1.09 a pound. What is the percent of increase rounded to the nearest tenth? A. 20.2% B. 25.3% C. 22.0% D. 22.1%

Weegy: The answer is B. The difference, .22, divided by .87 equals 25.3%.
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