# Percent

If a monthly payment of £85 increases to £111 what is the percent increase? Thank you
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 30.6% 13:12 Thu 12th Apr 2012 Question Author Thank you very much Celtic 13:13 Thu 12th Apr 2012 For future reference the way to do it is as follows : 111 - 85 = 26 26 / 85 = 0.30588235294117647058823529411765 or in other words 30.588% approximately. 17:54 Thu 12th Apr 2012 Here you go http://www.percentagecalculator.net/ 17:56 Thu 12th Apr 2012 or use 'puter calculator, lol [go to number keypad and press button with calculator just above Num lock key] 01:09 Fri 20th Apr 2012

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