Q: What is half off 98?

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40% off 98 = 98 - (0.40 x 98) = 58.80

One halve of 98 is 49. 98/2= 49.

49

There are all sorts of ways you use it in real life. One basic example is in prices of products. If something is $.98 is means 98 cents, or 98/100ths of a dollar. Also, you use percents when items are on sale. If an item is half off, that's 50%.

To mentally estimate the total cost of these items, we would substitute the following numbers 2, 1, 3.5, 10, and 6. By rounding to the half-dollar, the estimate would be 22.5. This assumes that the 98 is a 98-cent item. If it were a 98-dollar item, the estimate would be 119.5.

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98 rounded off to the nearest half dollar is $1.00.

40% off 98 = 98 - (0.40 x 98) = 58.80

One halve of 98 is 49. 98/2= 49.

basically half 100 = 50 , half 90 = 45 half 6 = 3 50+45+3=98 ANSWER IS 98

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no the bolt spacing is larger on an '05 than on a '98

98? or 98 custom? I don't think you can put one on the old 98s or the customs actually there might be a special made e-trigger for the 98 customs but the reason why I say you cant is because if you look at a 98 custom or 98's inside theres no where really for the whole trigger to come off whereas the A5 or X7 the entire trigger system comes off handel, trigger, firing modes, everything its basically half of the back part of the gun coming off

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Percentages are simple multiplication problems. The decimal equivalent of 12 and a half percent is .125. To find 12.5% of 98, simply multiply .125 x 98. .125 x 98 = 12.25

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There are all sorts of ways you use it in real life. One basic example is in prices of products. If something is $.98 is means 98 cents, or 98/100ths of a dollar. Also, you use percents when items are on sale. If an item is half off, that's 50%.

To mentally estimate the total cost of these items, we would substitute the following numbers 2, 1, 3.5, 10, and 6. By rounding to the half-dollar, the estimate would be 22.5. This assumes that the 98 is a 98-cent item. If it were a 98-dollar item, the estimate would be 119.5.