Q: What is 100 increased by 20 percent?

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The amount of increase is 20. The percent increase is 20/100 X 100 = 20%

20 increased by 7% = 20* (1+7/100) = 20*1.07 = 21.4

100 increased by 60 percent = 160

A number , B , increased by P percent gives C where:C = ( B ) [ ( 100 + P ) / ( 100 ) ]C = ( 114 ) [( 100 + 20 ) / ( 100 ) ] = ( 114 ) [ 1.20 ]C = 136.8

100 increased by 80% is 100*1.8 or 180.

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The amount of increase is 20. The percent increase is 20/100 X 100 = 20%

20 increased by 7% = 20* (1+7/100) = 20*1.07 = 21.4

20 x 106/100 = 21.2

20%= 20/100 = 0.2100%= 100/100= 1100%= 40100% + 20% (increase)= 120%= 1 + 0.2= 1.240 increased by 20%= 40 x 1.2= 48

20% of 200 is 20/100 * 200 = 40 So 200 increased by 20% is 240.

20% of 200 = 200*20/100 = 40 So 200 increased by 20% = 200 + 40 = 240

100 increased by 60 percent = 160

100 increased by 20% is 120.To arrive at 100 by taking 20% off X, divide 100 by the remaining percentage ( 0.80 ) to arrive at 125. 125 - 20% = 100.

60 x (1 + 20/100) = 60 x 1.2 = 72

20 percent out of 100 is 20 percent. 100 percent is all you can have. 20 is one fifth. 5x20=100

A number , B , increased by P percent gives C where:C = ( B ) [ ( 100 + P ) / ( 100 ) ]C = ( 114 ) [( 100 + 20 ) / ( 100 ) ] = ( 114 ) [ 1.20 ]C = 136.8

20 percent of 100 is 20 = 20%/100% * 100 = 20 * 1 = 20