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Find percentage of a number

How do you get that answer please? Where did 12.5% come from?

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What 12.5%? Please state the complete problem.

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What is the percent of 12/16?

Without the use of a calculator
12/16 can be simplified as a fraction by dividing
the top and bottom by the common denominator 4
to get 3/4
if you divide 100 by 4 (as you multiply x 100 to get the percentage) you get 25 , as there are 3 1/4 in 3/4 25 x 3 get you a percentage of 75%
if you used a calculator you would divide 12/16 and multiply by 100 and get the same answer

Apr 11, 2017 | The Office Equipment & Supplies

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I cant get it...cant u please just tell me the answer?????

Nobody can answer your question, because you haven't stated what the percentage is of?

If you multiply something by 4 it is 4 times bigger, so 400% bigger. If you want the percentage of the smaller number in relation to the larger number, it is 25% of the larger number. The actual number figure is irrelevant, because you are just multiplying a whole number by 4.

As I have said many times, to get good answers, you have to ask good detailed questions.

Feb 08, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

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Using the percentage %

type in the number that you want to get a percentage for
then + the percentage required then the % button and the answer is given
example 150 +10% =165
or 25+60+15+45 = 145 +10%= 159

Jan 30, 2017 | The Office Equipment & Supplies

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There are 80 students in statistics . You and 11 others earned the same score, what percentage of the class received your score?

You and 11 others = 12. So the answer is twelve eightieths.

12 divided by 80 x 100 will give you the answer.

You can check the answer as 10% of 80 would be 8 students. For 10 percent you just move the decimal place one number to the left 80.0 = 8.00.

Jan 17, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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3.In percentage terms, what is the approximate increase in participation from 2005 to 2008? The increase of people is 13,000. This number has to do with the percentage

That depends on the number of participants in 2005.
If you don't give the full problem then we can't give you an answer.

Sep 11, 2014 | 2005 Kymco People S 200

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3.In percentage terms, what is the approximate increase in participation from 2005 to 2008?

That depends on the number of participants in 2005.
If you don't give the full problem then we can't give you an answer. If, for example, 13,000 people commenced in 2005 then the percentage increase is 100%. If 130,000 people commenced in 2005 then the percentage increase is 10%.

Sep 11, 2014 | Electrical Supplies

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How to calculate percentages

Divide a number by another
Each calculator has its way of calculating percentages, percentage increase/decrease.

Dec 17, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Formula for converting fractions into percentage.

Simplest method
  1. divide the top of the fraction by the bottom
  2. Then multiply the result by 100
  3. add a percent sign to the answer so people know it is a percentage (i.e. per 100)
  • e.g. 3/5 *100 = 0.6 * 100 = 60%

Alternative method Since percent means "per 100", you can try to convert the faction to the form ?/100
follow these steps:
  1. find a number that you can multiple the bottom of the fraction by to get 100
  2. multiple both top and bottom of the fraction by that number
  3. write down just the top number with the % sign added to the end
  • e.g. 3/5 as a percentage
  1. we can multiply 5 x 20 to get 100
  2. multiple top and bottom by 20 = (3*20)/(5*20) = 60/100 = 60%

I hope this helps and good luck! If you have more questions - ask away! Please take the time to rate this answer.

Sep 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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What is the percentage of absentee owners, it 202 owners are non absentee and 67 are absentee owners

You would divide 67 by 269, and the correct percentage is 24.9%, rounded off to one decimal place. In essence, you divide the absentee number by the total number of owners, then multiply the answer by 100 to get the percentage.
Good luck, and hope this helps.

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I don't know how to do sport bag $40,30% markup how do i know what is the mark up how do i get to that number

what's 10 % of 40? 4(now times by 3) so 30% of 40 must be 12 so the markup price would be 52$ just add the number(12) you got from your percentage and the 40 and bam u got your answer. Hope u understand

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