Math and Arithmetic

# How do you work out one percent of a number?

Divide the number by 100. The result is 1% of the number.

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## Related Questions

29 percent of an number is 0.29 times the number.

Work out one percent, then multiply the answer by three

A ratio is a comparison of one number in relation to another number. A percent is a comparison of one number in relation to One Hundred.

To calculate 30 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.3. For example, 30 percent of 80 is equal to 80 x 0.3 = 24.

1oo percent one is a whole number

Rounded up to the nearest whole number... \$621. To work this out divide 180 by 29, this is one percent of the answer, then multiply by 100.

To calculate 11 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.11. For example, 11 percent of 300 is equal to 0.11 x 300 = 33.

To find 15% of any number, multiply the number by 0.15

multiply the number by .1, that is the decimal form of 10%

multiply the number by .7, that is 70 % of that number

To find one percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.01. In this instance, 0.01 x 1000000000 = 10000000. Therefore, one percent of 1000000000 is equal to 10000000.

To find one percent of a number, simply divide that number by one hundred. 15,000,000/100 = 150,000 One percent of fifteen million is one hundred and fifty thousand.

One-hundred percent of a number is equal to that number, the one hundred percent is redundant. Lets call this number that we are looking for X to simplify it. so .25 (25%) of X equals 70, this can be written as: .25X=70. Simply divide both sides by .25, and the resulting equation is X=280. so one hundred percent of the number is 280. 280.

To calculate 35 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.35. For example, 35 percent of 500 is equal to 500 x 0.35 = 175.

To find one percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.01. In this instance, 300 x 0.01 = 3. Therefore, one percent of 300 is equal to 3.

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