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By what percent did the number of part-time students

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By what percent did the number of part-time students enrolled increase from the fall of 1979 to the fall of 1980 ?

(A) 7%
(B) 42%
(C) 66 2/3 %
(D) 75%
(E) 80%
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Re: By what percent did the number of part-time students [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2017, 08:58
From chart 1 we can compute the percent increase as \(\frac{350-200}{200}*100 = 75%\)
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