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(80 x .15=12)

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"what number" = x"of" = multiply"percent" = that number divided by 100"is" = "="x(15/100) = 80x(.15) = 80x = 80/.15x = 533.33



To find 15 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.15. In this instance, 0.15 x 80 = 12. Therefore, 15 percent of 80 is equal to 12.




12=(15/100)x x=[(12)(100)]/15=(20)(4)=80 Now, 35 percent of a number is (35/100)(80)=Y after cancelling, Y=(7)(4)=28 OR (Shorthand Version) 12/.15=80 80(.35)=28


Convert the percentage to a decimal: 15% = 15 / 100 = 0.15 15% * 80 = 0.15 * 80 = 12


No, 15 percent of 80 is 12. 52 is 65 percent of 80.


You would get 80%. To get percent, divide the smaller number by the larger number and multiply by 100. Thus: 15/18 = 0.8 x 100 = 80%.


80% of 15 = 80% * 15 = 0.8 * 15 = 12


Multiply the number by .8 to get 80% of that number.


15 percent of the number 80 is equal to 12. The equation for this problem would be X x 15% = 12.



The number 30 is 37.5 percent of the number 80.


12 is 15% of 80.80/12*100 = 15


15% of 80ml= 15% * 80= 0.15 * 80= 12ml


80% of 15 dollars = 15*80/100 = 12 dollars.


If 80 percent of a number is 8, then to discover what the number 8 is 80 percent of, divide the number by 0.8. In this instance, 8 / 0.8 = 10.


15% of 80 = 80*15/100 = 12 So, an increase of 15% is 80+12 = 92


take the number and multiply it by .8 like .8x100 (80 percent of 100) = 80


The number 80 means 100 percent 80/100 = 0.8 means 1 percent. 64/0.8 gives 80 percent, belonging to the number 64.


100 / 80 = 1.251.25 x 15 = 18.75%


To work it out:12/80=0.150.15x100=15The answer is 15


80% of 0.77 = 0.80 x 0.77 = 0.616 84% of 0.774 = 0.80 x 0.774 = 0.619 15/20 = 0.75 80% of 0.77 is the smallest.


24 percent of 80 = 19.2= 24% * 80= 0.24 * 80= 19.2



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