Math and Arithmetic

# How do you solve the problem '36 is what percent of 80'?

Percent means "divide by 100", "of" in Math means to "multiply", and "is" means "equal." Lets write what we know into an equation to make this easier.

36 = ?% x 80

We know that something x something equals a number, but we also know that the number divided by one something gives us the other something. Follow? If something % x 80 = 36, then 36 divided by 80 gives us the percent to fill in the question mark (when we multiply by 100). 36 divided by 80 = .45, or 45%

Check your work by finding 45% of 80. 80 x .45 = 36, so our answer is correct.

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## Related Questions

80 percent of 36 can be written (.80)36 which equals 28.8

36 is what percent of 80:= 36 / 80= 0.45Converting decimal to a percentage: 0.45 * 100 = 45%

36/0.8 = 45. Therefore, the number that 36 is 80 percent of, is 45.

45 percent of 80 is 36. So 45 percent of 80 gram is equal to 36 grams.

45 percent 0f 80 = 3645% of 80= 45% * 80= 45%/100% * 80= 360/10 or 36

80 percent of 45 percent = 0.8 x 45 percent = 36 percent

Finding 45 percent of a number is the same as multiplying the number by 0.45. In this instance, 80 x 0.45 = 36.Therefore, 45 percent of 80 is equal to 36.

Expressed as a percentage, 36/80 x 100 = 45 percent.

80% of 45 = 45 * 80/100 = 36

You can re-express this as: 50 / 80 = x / 100 and then solve for x: 8x = 500 x = 125/2 x = 62.5 So 50 is 62.5 percent of 80.

Expressed as a percentage, 36/80 x 100 = 45 percent.

800 = 100% 80 = X% solve for x and the answer is, 10%

Expressed as a percentage, 80/36 x 100 = 222.2 recurring (that is, 222.2222...) percent.

Solution: 36/0.45 = 80, it follows that 1% of 80 is 0.8 answer: 0.8

80% To solve this, divide 6.4 by 8 and that will leave you with 0.8, or 80%

80% = 0.80.8 x 45 = 36 .36 is a whole number. If you absolutely must have a fraction, make it 36/1 .

use this equation to solve your problem. 80 125% __ = _____ X 100% 125x= 8000 ____ ____ 125 125 64 ________ 125| 8000 X= 64

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