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A certain telescope increases the visual range at a particular location from 90 kilometers to 150 kilometers. By what percent is the visual range increased by using the telescope ?
(A) 30%
(B) 33.5 %
(C) 40%
(D) 60%
(E) 66,2/3%

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66, 2/3 % ? ?? what does that mean? :oops: i am losing all my confidence ! :(
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66, 2/3 % ? ?? what does that mean? :oops: i am losing all my confidence ! :(

sorry that i confused you it means 66 whole and 2/3 percents
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66, 2/3 % ? ?? what does that mean? :oops: i am losing all my confidence ! :(

sorry that i confused you it means 66 whole and 2/3 percents


welll is E the answer??? and u didnt confuse me yurik! i am confused myself... bad i am having exam on 15th and i am "0"% confident :wall
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The answer is 60%

90/150=x/100

9000x=150

9000/150=60%
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I think this is a percentage increase without any particular trick, so I agree on 66 2/3
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Good Job guys OA is E
razruls don't be nervous you ll do it ok on your exam wish u luck
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got E too .... but was expecting some devilish trick :twisted:

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