anonymous
  • anonymous
33 is 12% of what number?
Algebra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
275
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, but can you guide me through it please?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Franklin447

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok will do
anonymous
  • anonymous
first of all to get a % of a number u divide by 100 nd multiply by the required % ur looking for u got that much??
anonymous
  • anonymous
so if ur given a % and its value to look for the number that gave the value you simply multiply the number eg 33 by 100 and then divide by the % eg 12% which gives u the number ur looking for which is 275....hope ths helps
mary.rojas
  • mary.rojas
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anonymous
  • anonymous
exactly :)
mary.rojas
  • mary.rojas
Good job @Franklin447 I just showed a visual
anonymous
  • anonymous
like the saying goes "a picture paints a thousand words" or something along those lines :P
mary.rojas
  • mary.rojas
lol yeah

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