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  • 5 years ago

how do i do this?? 21% of 50?

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  1. anonymous
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    0.21% x 50 = 10.5%

  2. anonymous
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    u put a . infront of of the 21? do u do this on every problem thats the same thing?

  3. anonymous
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    Yes, if you are doing percentages. But, remember if it's a number less than 10 put a 0 after the decimal point and before the number. EX: 5% would be 0.05% NOT 0.50%!!!

  4. anonymous
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    ok thanks

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    so 45%of 72 would be 32.4?

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    Yeah. 0.45% x 72 = 32.4%

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    would 140% of 85 be 119?

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    Yeah

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    ok i kno how to do that now but ive got a diff type of problem to deal with... 86 is 12% of what number??

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    86 / x = 12% 86 / x = 0.12 86 / 0.12 = x x = 716.666667 or 716.7

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    alright thank you lots for your time and help

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    NP :)

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