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If membership in the Elks Club increases from 120 to 150, wh

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If membership in the Elks Club increases from 120 to 150, what is the percent increase?

(A) 15%

(B) 25%

(C) 30%

(D) 40%

(E) 80%
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Re: If membership in the Elks Club increases from 120 to 150, wh [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2018, 03:08
We need to find the multiplier to find the percent of increase -

Multiplier formula is NEW/OLD- 150/120 = 1.25

therefore what ever is right side of the decimal is the when we have 1.xx form is the INCREASE in the percent.

therefore we have 25% increase.
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