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If you divide 30 into 215, you get 7.16 or 7 with a remainder of 5, as the answer.

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30 percent of 215 = 64.530% of 215= 30% * 215= 30%/100% * 215= 645/10 or 64.5


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215 - 30 = 185. So, 185 is 30 less than 215.


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