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Hey Dad, in February , I worked for 35 Hours. In March, I worked for 45.5 hours. What percentage did my working increase?
Well, so first you would subtract 45.5 - 35. You would get 10.5 hours. So, now you know that you worked 10.5 more hours in March. Since you have to find a percent, divide 10.5 by the February number. 10.5/35 = 0.3. To turn this into a percent, you would move the decimal place to the right two times.
Thanks Dad, now I know how much more busy I am. Maybe I should take more time to take care of Hoagie.
So, you worked 30% more hours in March then you did in February.
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