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What is the multiplier of a percentage increase?

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1 + the percentage as a decimal. 


for example if I wanted to increase 200 by 52%, the multiplier would be 1 + 0.52, which is 1.52.


200 x 1.52 = 304


therefore an increase of 52% would be 304.

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