If you're behind a web filter, please make sure that the domains *.and *.are unblocked. Then you'd also have to do that with 150, so then it becomes 15,000.
We're asked to identify the percent, amount, and base in this problem. They don't ask us to solve it, but it's too tempting. So that tells us that if we start with x, and if we were to take 25% of x, you could imagine, that's the same thing as multiplying it by 25%, which is the same thing as multiplying it, if you view it as a decimal, times 0.25 times x. So if you start with that number, you take 25% of it, or you multiply it by 0.25, that is going to be equal to 150.
As you probably know, percents are a special kind of decimal.
Most calculations involving percentages involve using the percent in its decimal form.
80 % of the voters go for polls out of which 60 % vote for X. If it lost 24 matches in all and no matches were drawn, find the number of matches played during the year.
If the amount she paid was 00, find the marked price. In an election, there are a total of 80000 voters and there are two candidates, X and Y. A cricket team won 60% of the total matches it played during the year.
We can divide both sides of this equation by 0.25, or if you recognize that four quarters make a dollar, you could say, let's multiply both sides of this equation by 4. I'll do the first, because that's how we normally do algebra problems like this. And the reason why I wanted to is really it's just good practice dividing by a decimal. So we want to figure out what 150 divided by 0.25 is. When you divide by a decimal, what you can do is you can make the number that you're dividing into the other number, you can turn this into a whole number by essentially shifting the decimal two to the right.
And then the right-hand side will be 150 divided by 0.25.
What percent of the plot is to be left without construction? Therefore, 100 % of original value = 270/90 × 100 = 300. A girl is scored 60 out of 75 in English, 60 out of 90 in mathematics and 80 out of 100 in Science.
According to the problem, 90 % of original value = 270.