Q: What is the percent of increase from 45 to 54?

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45 + (20%) = 54

153.33% increase.

30 increased to 45 is a 50% increase.

The [percentage increase is 100*(65-45)/45 = 100*20/45 = 44.4%

50% increase.

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Increasing 45 by 20% is: an increase of 9 for a total of 54.

20% increase.

45X.2=945+9=54

64.8 is 54% of 120.

54 - 45 = 9 / 45 = 0.2 x 100 = 20% increase

It is 45%. (54/121x100)

The percent increase from 45 to 66 is: 46.667%

45 + (20%) = 54

20.3% increase

The increase is 86.2069%

To find 120 percent of a value, multiply the value by 1.2. In this instance, 1.2 x 45 = 54. Therefore, 120 percent of 45 dollars is equal to 54 dollars.

All percentage problems can be solved like this: "of" means "times" "is" means "equals" n * 54 = 45 Take 45 and divide it by 54 and change the result to a percent (multiply by 100.)