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Q: If a quantity increases by 10 percent then decreases by 10 percent will the result be the original quantity?

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Total revenue increases to [ (original) x (1.45) x (1.53) ] = original x 2.2185 = 121.85% increase

Multiply the original figure by 1.45 !

Any percent less than 100.

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Total revenue increases to [ (original) x (1.45) x (1.53) ] = original x 2.2185 = 121.85% increase

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As you increase the concentration of the solution, the concentration of H+ does not change. Meaning, the concentration ionized does not change. Just the original concentration increases. Since percent ionization = (concentration ionized)/(original concentration) , and the original concentration is increased, the percent ionization therefore decreases.

change of any quantity divided by its original quantity

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40*1.4 = 56

Since the original value of 50 decreases to 18, it has a % decrease and not a percent increase. % decrease = [(50 - 18)/50] x 100% = 64%

That means how much something increases or decreases, expressed as a percentage - compared with the original amount. For example, if something increases from 300 units to 360 units, the increase is 60 units, or 20%, since the difference (60) is 20% of 300.

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55 to 60 is an increase of 9.09%

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