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86 is 45% of what number? (1 point) 86 = 0.45n n = 0.45 × 86 0.45 = n × 86 86 = 45n

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  1. ms.hi
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    mutiple choice

  2. esshupooku
    • 3 years ago
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    the first one, 86 = 0.45n divide each side by 0.45 and then it equal n

  3. ms.hi
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    Thanks :)

  4. esshupooku
    • 3 years ago
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    happy to help (:

  5. ms.hi
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    :) What number is 73% of 215? (1 point) 215 = 0.73n n = 0.73 × 215 0.73 = n × 215 215 = 73n

  6. esshupooku
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    2nd one you just change the % into a decimal and times the number to get that percentage of the number

  7. ms.hi
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    Thanks so much What percent of 94 is 23?

  8. ms.hi
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    Find the commission on a $1,250 sale with a commission rate of 5%

  9. esshupooku
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    23 = 94p do you get it?

  10. ms.hi
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    yes thanks :) Find the commission on a $1,250 sale with a commission rate of 5%

  11. esshupooku
    • 3 years ago
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    n = 1'250 x 0.05

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