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21 Sep 2015, 11:22
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The number of students in a school increases at a certain rate per cent. The number at present
is 1323 and the number two years ago was 1200; find the rate per cent of the increase.
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21 Sep 2015, 11:25
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Swati_Mishra07 wrote:
The number of students in a school increases at a certain rate per cent. The number at present
is 1323 and the number two years ago was 1200; find the rate per cent of the increase.

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