Percentage increase = (increase/ initial value) x 100

Increase = New value - Initial value

Initial value = $ 5152.39

New value = $ 5153.09

Increase = $ 5153.09 - $ 5152.39 = $ 0.7

Percentage increase = (0.7/5152.39) x 100 = 0.013585928 %

which equals to 0.0136 % to the nearest four decimal places.

NB:To find the percentage increase: First: work out the difference between the two numbers you are comparing. Then divide the increase by the( initial) original value and multiply the answer by 100.

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