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After taking several practice tests, Brian improved the results of his GRE test by 30%. Given that the first time he took the test Brian had answered 150 questions correctly, how many correct answers did he answer in the second test?
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The first time, Brian answered 150 questions correctly and the second time he answered $30 \%$ more correctly, so, $150+(30 / 100 * 150) ; 30 \%$ of $150=45$, or $(30 * 150) / 100$
so $150+45=195$
ago by Diamond (78,880 points)

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