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The following table shows the price of a plane ticket for an April 1st flight, based on the date of purchase.

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Harpreet purchased a ticket on March 1st. If he had purchased the ticket on March 2nd, he would have paid x percent more. If he had purchased the ticket on March 16th, he would have paid y percent more than he would have paid on March 2nd. What is the positive difference between x and y?

(A) 5

(B) 14

(C) 20

(D) 25

(E) 28
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\(x = \frac{168-140}{140}*100 = 20%\) while \(y = \frac{210-168}{168}*100 = 25%\). Then \(y-x = 25%-20% = 5%\). Answer A!
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