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 Question 587758: I need to figure out a way to solve this type of questions, please help!! When multiplying two numbers, you increase (or decrease) one number by (let's say) 20%, and increase (or decrease) the other by (let's say) 30%, by what % will the final product change? Thanks! Answer by josmiceli(9817)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Say one number is increased by 20% is Say the other number is increased by 30% is ----------------- Now to multiply these: You can rewrite this as -------------- I just picked any 2 numbers, so you would have times whatever numbers you pick