To calculate the percentage increase from 25 to 56, we use the following formula:

**((N2-N1)/N1)*100 = PI**

N1 = Number 1 (From)

N2 = Number 2 (To)

PI = Percentage Increase

When we plug in 25 for N1 and 56 for N2, we get the following:

((56-25)/25)*100 = PI

And when we put that into our calculator, we get the answer to "What is the percentage increase from 25 to 56?" as follows:

**124.00%**

Note: All percentage answers are rounded to the nearest two decimals if necessary.

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