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# If the total number of software problems solved is a direct measure of

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If the total number of software problems solved is a direct measure of the company’s capability, then by approximately what percent did capability increase from 1999 to 2002?

(A) 10%
(B) 20%
(C) 30%
(D) 40%
(E) 50%

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13 Aug 2019, 06:31
Total in 2002 / Total in 2000 = 8700/7200= 1.21 ...minus 1 from this, equals 0.21. app 20%.B

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14 Aug 2019, 20:11
Bunuel wrote:

If the total number of software problems solved is a direct measure of the company’s capability, then by approximately what percent did capability increase from 1999 to 2002?

(A) 10%
(B) 20%
(C) 30%
(D) 40%
(E) 50%

(8700 - 7200)/7200 = 1500/7200 = 15/72 ≈ 0.2083, which is about 20%.

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