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# What is 10 percent off of 25 dollars?

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What is 10% off of 25 dollars?

10% of \$25 is \$2.50, so 10% off \$25 is 25.00 - 2.50 = \$22.50
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# What is 20 percent off 25 dollars?

20% is 5 dollars so you would have 20 dollars

# What is 25 percent of 10 dollars?

25% of 10.00 dollars = 25% * 10 = 0.25 * 10 = \$2.50

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# What is 25 percent off of 35 dollars?

25% off of 35 dollars = 75% of 35 dollars [ 100 - 25 = 75] = 35*75/100 = 26.25 dollars

# What is 25 percent off of 367 dollars?

367 x 0.25 = 91.75

# What is 25 percent off of 25 dollars?

25% off \$25 = \$25 - (0.25 x \$25) = \$18.75

# What is 25 percent off 20 dollars?

To find the percentage of a whole part, the percentage must 1st be changed into a decimal and then multiplied by the whole part. In this case we have: 25 percent, it is chan

# What is 25 percent off of 80 dollars?

It is \$1.6 * * * * * That is just so not true. It appears to have been answered by someone who used a calculator without understanding the question or have a feel for the magn

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# What is 40 percent off 25 dollars?

40% = 0.40, so 0.40 x \$25 = \$10. It is \$10 off \$25 = \$15.

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# What is 25 percent off of 36 dollars?

25 percent off of 36 dollars would be 9 dollars off.
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# What is 25 percent off of 247 dollars?

"25% off" means 75% still on, and that's the new cost. 0.75 x \$247 = \$185.25

# What is 25 percent off 190 dollars?

\$142.50 : Percent off means to figure the percentage, then subtract from the original. 25% of \$190 is \$47.50, then subtract from \$190 to get \$142.50
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# What is 25 percent off 10 dollars?

The total after deducting the percentage is \$7.50
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# What is 25 percent off of 10 dollars?

25% off \$10 = \$10 - (0.25 x \$10) = \$22.50