Study guides

☆☆

Q: What is the percent increase from 35 to 49?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

49/140 = 0.35 = 35 percent

(22/49 - 1)*100 is a -55.1% increase.

60% increase.

35% increase.

49 ....ur welcome

35/100 x 140 = 49

20-35=15. So 15% increase.

It is an 873.4694% increase.

It is: (35-28)/28 times 100 = 25% increase

14 miss 35 correct 35/49 = 0.714 = 71.4%

35 to 47 is a 34.2857% increase.

67,000 + (35%) = 90,450

35 increased by 12 percent is: an increase of 4.2 for a total of 39.2

multiply the amount by 1.49

25% increase.

Suppose the wholesale price is x. Then 35% of x is 14.70 that is, x*35/100 = 14.7 or x = 14.7*100/35 = 42.00

49 − 28 = 21 difference 21 / 28 x 100 = 75%

-49 - 35 = -84

This is an increase of 7 from a base of 20. So the percentage increase is 7 / 20, or 35%.

If you mean percentage increase from 31 to 35 then it is as follows:- (35-31)/31 times 100 = 13% increase rounded to the nearest integer

49 percent = 49/100

The lCM of 35 and 49 is 245.

The GCF of 49 and 35 is 7.

Suppose the number is x. Then after a 35% increase it would be 1.35xSo 1.35x = 124.2therefore, x = 124.2/1.35 = 0.92

The factors of 35 are: 1, 5, 7, 35 The factors of 49 are: 1, 7, 49