In 1990, the price of a gallon of unleaded gasoline was $1.37. in 1998, it was $1.02 per gallon. what is the decrease expressed as a percent change? round to the nearest tenth of a percent if necessary.

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In 1990, the price of a gallon of unleaded gasoline was $1.37. in 1998, it was $1.02 per gallon. what is the decrease expressed as a percent change? round to the nearest tenth of a percent if necessary.

The answer is D. 74.5% decrease

First get the difference between the 2008 price and 1990 which is $4.02-$1.37= $2.65. Then the difference you've got which is $2.65, divide it to the current market price which is $4.02 to get the how many percentage it increased since then, $2.65/$4.02= 0.65920398 then multiply it to 100. It would be 65.92 or 66% if rounded off to whole number.

It's a 15% increase

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The decrease is 35c

Q= X/100 of $1.37 = 0.35

1.37x/100 = 0.35

1.37x = 35 then divide each side by 1.37

Result is 25.5474453 percent, round up to nearest tenth.

Answer is 25%

Step-by-step explanation:

The decrease is 35c

Q= X/100 of $1.37 = 0.35

1.37x/100 = 0.35

1.37x = 35 then divide each side by 1.37

Result is 25.5474453 percent, round up to nearest tenth.

Answer is 25%