Q: What is the percent increase from 40 to 45?

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4.4% increase.

40 to 66 = 65 % increase.

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

45 dollars plus a 7 percent increase gives a new value of $48.15

25% increase

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12.5% increase.

12.5% increase.

If you are asking "what is the % increase if you go from 40 to 45", then subtract and divide by the original amount. 5/40 = 1/8= .125 = 12.5%

The percent increase from 45 to 66 is: 46.667%

40 percent of 45 = 1840% of 45= 40% * 45= 40%/100% * 45= 180/10 or 18

40% of 45= 40% * 45= 0.4 * 45= 18

45 divided by 40 percent = 112.5

45% of 40 = 45% * 40 = 0.45 * 40 = 18

40% of 45 is 18, which is 10% of 180.

It is: (45-40)/40 times 100 = 12.5% increase

It was a 12.5% increase.

85 - 40 = 45 ... this is the size of the increase in numbers. 45/40 = 1.1250 OR 112.50% increase over the base of 40.