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28 February, 11:25

Tessa bought stock in a restaurant for $111.00. Her stock is now worth $147.63. What is the percentage increase of the value of Tessa's stock?

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  1. 1 March, 07:01
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    Percent increase : (new number - original number) / original number ... * 100

    = (147.63 - 111) / 111 ... * 100

    = 36.63 / 111 ... * 100

    = 0.33 * 100

    = 33% increase <===
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