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The enlarge feature on a copier is set at $180 \%,$ and a 1.5 -inch wide picture is to be copied. What will be the width of the enlarged picture?

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Chapter 7

Percent

Section 2

Solving Percent Problems Using Percent Equations and Proportions

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What we're trying to find here is what is 180% of 1.5 inches. So to find that we first start by converting our percent to a decimal dividing it by 100 between our decimal place, the left to places. So what we're gonna do is multiply 1.8 times 1.5 and this gives us 2.7. So 2.7 inches is the new it.

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