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Number: N

Percent: P

Answer: A


You do the P/100 to get a decimal value instead of a %


56 minus 25%


P=25 (twenty five percent)

56 - (0.25 * 56) =

56 - (14) = 42

Fifty six minus twenty five percent is forty two.

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