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# Twenty-five percent more than 300% of x can be expressed as which of

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Re: Twenty-five percent more than 300% of x can be expressed as which of [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
Twenty-five percent more than 300% of x can be expressed as which of the following?

A. 3.75x
B. 3.4x
C. 3.25x
D. 3x + .25
E. 0.55x

We can create the expression:

1.25(3x) = 3.75x

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Re: Twenty-five percent more than 300% of x can be expressed as which of [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
Twenty-five percent more than 300% of x can be expressed as which of the following?

A. 3.75x
B. 3.4x
C. 3.25x
D. 3x + .25
E. 0.55x

125% of 300% of x

= 1.25*3x

= 3.75x , answer will be (A)
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