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Q: How do you figure out 15 of 60 as a percentage?

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Divide the number of points received by the number of points possible. Then. multiply by 100. Then use this typical grading scale to find out your grade: A:100%-90% B: 89%-80% C: 79%-70% D: 69%-60% F: 59%-0% unless the number can divide into one hundred, for instance 20. then you times it by the amount of times it goes into 100.

If there are 48 tacks, (15+5+20+8), you want to divide the number of one color over the total to find the percentage of that color out of the whole.If there are 8 silver tacks, take 8 over 48, which equals .167.If there are 20 white tacks, take 20 over 48, which equals .4167Now you know the percentage of silver out of the whole, and the percentage of white out of the whole.To figure out the white and silver together, add them together!White and Silver tacks make up about .583, or 58.3%And that's your answer. You have a 58% chance of picking a white or silver tack from the box when picked at random.

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The answer is 60. You can figure this out by calculating 9 divided by 15. 9/15 = 0.6 Then multiply that answer, 0.6, by 100. 0.6 x 100 = 60 9 is 60% of 15.

60 as a percentage of 15 is 400% but 15 as a percentage of 60 is 25%

25% is the percentage for 15 over 60.

9 out of 60 in a percentage is 15%.

Expressed as a percentage, 15/60 x 100 = 25 percent.

percentage = 60%% rate:= 9/15 * 100%= 0.6 * 100%= 60%

percentage = 60%% rate:= 9/15 * 100%= 0.60 * 100%= 60%

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