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Q: How do you find a per cent of a number?

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Multiply the number by the percent in decimal form. Example: 10 percent of 200 would be 200 x .10 = 20. (10 per cent of 200 is 20.)

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25% of the number would be 5 times as large as 5% So, 5 times as large as 16 is 80. Answer = 80.

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Finding 88 per cent of a number is the same as multiplying a number by 0.88. Therefore, in decimal form, 88 per cent is equal to 0.88.

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