Not usually. A "4 percent increase in the interest rate" usually means that there is some reference interest rate of x percent that is increased to 4 + x percent. This means that the interest paid increases from x percent of the principal to 4 + x percent of the principal. Therefore, the interest paid increases by 100 (4/x) %. For example, if a recent Federal funds rate of 1 % in the United States were to be increased by 4 %, the interest paid on any given amount of principal would increase by 400 %!
An increase of 1.49 to a total of 31.33
The increase is 90 for a total of 1,890.
An increase of 3,000 to a total of 15,000
An increase of 62.5 to a total of 312.5
An increase of 114 to a total of 209.
An increase of 150 to a total of 7,650
Increase is 1.46 for a new total of 11.21
An increase of 30 to a total of 54.
The increase is 7.5 for a total of 57.5
An increase of 18.69 resulting in a total of 641.69.
A 4.1% increase from 50,000 is 20,500 for a total after the increase of 70,500.
A 6.5% increase from 1,580 is: an increase of 102.7 for a total of 1,682.7