(300/125-1)*100 = 140%
here an example: price: 230 dollars after a 20% decrease you have 184 dollars and the math equation is: pricex0.8 (230x0.8=184)
charging prices that fall slightly below even dollars and cents, such as charging $5.99 instead of $6.00.
The increase is 72.364%.
If you are referring to the US budget or the Greek bailout, they will simply print that many dollars or euros. If there is not a similar increase in the national product, this will lead to inflation or a decrease in the real value of the money.
A 13.33% increase.
Think of it like this, you have 2 dollars. 2 dollars is 100 percent, so 150 is 3 dollars. However there is no negative percentage, so if you have 2 dollars can you take away 3? No, so that means u can never have a deduction of more than you have with percentages.
Incorrect. Just try it out, with some amount, and see what you get. For example, if you start with 100 dollars, you end up with 99 dollars.
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