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Q: What is 35 increased by 12 percent?

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8% of 35 is 2.8 so 35 + 2.8 = 37.8 or 35 increased by 8%.

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It is 162.

35% of 12 is 4.2

35% of 45 = 15.75 45+15.75 = 60.75

25% increase.

To find 12 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.12. In this instance, 0.12 x 35 = 4.2. Therefore, 12 percent of 35 is equal to 4.2.

80 increased by 35% is 80*1.35 or 108.

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12 + 63% = 19.56

15 + 12% = 16.8

80.00 increased by 15 percent is 92, because 15% of 80.00 is 12, and 12 +80 is 92.

Four and two-tenths (4.2) is 12% of 35.

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100 (12/35) = 240/7 which is approximately 34 %

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12% off 35 is a savings of 4.20 and a final total of 30.80

31.36 is 12% more than 28.

12.024 is 0.2% more than 12 .

64000 + 12% = 64000*1.12 = 71680

The bond's value increased by 35%

It is: 48+5.76 = 53.76

The increase is 10 out of 25. 10/25 = 0.4 = 40%