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In the past you paid $800 per month too rent your apartment you now pay$900 per month for your rent what is the percent increase in your rent

Percent increase in rent is 12.5%

Step-by-step explanation:

Given:

In past the rent you paid $800 per month to rent your apartment. i.e, Original rent paid =$ 800

You now pay $900 per month for your rent. i.e New rent paid =$900

Increase in the rent is= New rent - Original rent= $900 -$800 =$100. To find the percent increase in rent. Percent increase is equal to Divide the increase by the original number and multiply the answer by 100. i.e, then; Simplify: therefore, the percent increase in your rent is 12.5% 12.5% Step-by-step explanation: the answer would be 12.5 i had this same question before Step-by-step explanation:h i 900/800=1.125=112.5% increase from previuos rent 900-800=100.. 100/800=.125 . 125x100=12.5% 800 - 900 = -100. = 100/800=.125 x 100 = 12.5% increase. 12.5% the difference is$100 write a proportion, 100 = x 800 100 differencece = x original 100
12.5% because if you do 13% is more then 900 && 11% and 12% is less then 900
100 more
100/800
1/8
.125
12.5%

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