Q: Is it a 800 percent increase or an 800 percent increase?

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800% increase.

Percentage increase = 100*(1064/800 - 1) = 33.0%

800 increased by 500 percent is: an increase of 4,000 for a total of 4,800.

200%. Careful here! An 800% increase is equivalent to multiplying by 9 - NOT 8. So the sides need to be multiplied by sqrt(9) = 3. That is an increase of 200%

35 percent 800 = 28035% of 800= 35% * 800= 0.35 * 800= 280

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800% increase.

800 to 600 is a decrease of 25%

Percentage increase = 100*(1064/800 - 1) = 33.0%

800 increased by 500 percent is: an increase of 4,000 for a total of 4,800.

200%. Careful here! An 800% increase is equivalent to multiplying by 9 - NOT 8. So the sides need to be multiplied by sqrt(9) = 3. That is an increase of 200%

35 percent 800 = 28035% of 800= 35% * 800= 0.35 * 800= 280

42% of 800 = 42% * 800 = 0.42 * 800 = 336 or 33,600%

well 10 percent of 800 is 800*.1 which is 80. So 10 percent off of 800 would be 800-80, which is 720.

3 percent of 800 is 24.

800 is three percent of 26,666.67

0.25 percent of 800 = 2

800%