Q: How do you find a per cent of a number?

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To change a whole number to a percent, add two zeros (for the "cent" = 100 in per cent). 1 = 100% 40,000 = 4,000,000 per cent

25% of the number would be 5 times as large as 5% So, 5 times as large as 16 is 80. Answer = 80.

Finding 88 per cent of a number is the same as multiplying a number by 0.88. Therefore, in decimal form, 88 per cent is equal to 0.88.

To find 40 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.4. In this instance, 0.4 x 75 = 30. Therefore, 40 percent of 75 is equal to 30.

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Multiply the number by the percent in decimal form. Example: 10 percent of 200 would be 200 x .10 = 20. (10 per cent of 200 is 20.)

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To change a whole number to a percent, add two zeros (for the "cent" = 100 in per cent). 1 = 100% 40,000 = 4,000,000 per cent

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25% of the number would be 5 times as large as 5% So, 5 times as large as 16 is 80. Answer = 80.

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Finding 88 per cent of a number is the same as multiplying a number by 0.88. Therefore, in decimal form, 88 per cent is equal to 0.88.

100 in latin is cent - that's why there's 100 in a dollar. A ratio per 100 is per cent - percent =)

Expressed as a fraction, 30 per cent is equal to 3 / 10. Finding 30 per cent of a number is the same as finding three tenths of that number.

68 per cent means that either you learned 68 per cent of the information or your accuracy is 68 per cent. In mathematical terms though, 68 as a number is great in math, because without the number 68, the 69th number would be 70, and 70'ing with your girlfriend just is not.... not pretty.