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What percent of 159 is 129?

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Let the percentage be x.. \[x \% \; of \; \; 159 = 129\]
Let the percent be x% then x% of 159=129 \(\frac{x}{100}\times 159=129\)
\[\frac{x}{100} \times 159 = 129\] \[x = \frac{129 \times 100}{159} = Solve \; \; this..\]

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now solve . I think i have made this much easier . From here @shivraj can easily do it :)
Your final answer results in 18.86 which is incorrect.. @heedcom
81
\[\frac{18.86}{100} \times 159 = 29.98 = Incorrect\]
You should get 129 and not 29.98 @heedcom
@waterineyes is correct because i checked this in calculator also :)
ok, cool, sorry guys, i did it the other way round.
Precisely my method is correct @jiteshmeghwal9 And yours too. He he he..
np :)
LOL ;)
Are you clear with this @shivraj
yes thnks

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