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# 42 is 60 percent of what?

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42 / 0.6 = 70

Therefore, 42 is 60 percent of 70.

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## Related Questions B=42R=60%=).60P= ?P=BxRP=42x0.60= 25.2therefore 25.2 is 60% of 42 42 / 0.7 = 60 Therefore, the number that 42 is 70 percent of, is 60.  To find 42 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.42. In this instance, 0.42 x 60 = 25.2. Therefore, 42 percent of 60 is equal to 25.2. To find 70 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.7. In this instance, 0.7 x 60 = 42. Therefore, 70 percent of 60 is equal to 42. Because 70% is the same as 0.70 and 0.70*60 = 42 Let x percent of 60 is 42, thenx = (42/60)x100x = 70.So, 70% of sixty is 42. 70 percent of 60 dollars = 42 dollars. the answer you are looking for is 70% because 60*.7=42 and .7 is 70% in decimal form to get this you do 42/60 (42 divided by 60)=.7 and .7 multiplied by 100%= 70% P = 42B= 60R=?P=BxRR=P/BR= ( 42/60 ) x 100= 0.70 x 100= 70%therefore 42 is 70% of 60 70% of 60 questions= 70% * 60= 0.7 * 60= 42 questions   P=42R=60% =0.60B=?P=BRB=P/RB= 42/ 0.60= 70therefore 42 is 60% of 70 42/60=7/10=0.7*100=70 42 minutes=70% of an hour Subtracting 30 percent off a value is the same as multiplying the value by 1-(30/100) = 0.7. In this instance, 0.7 x 60 = 42 Therefore, 30 percent off 60 dollars is equal to 42 dollars.    42 points out of 60 possible would be at least a C- in my classes. If the scores were low on the test, your actual grade might be adjusted upward. (Obviously you grade will depend on your teacher's grade scale.)  80 percent = 0.842 / 0.8 = 52.542 is 5,250 percent of 80 percent. 60% can be thought of as 60/100. So to find 60% of 4200, use 60/100 x 4200. Hundreds cancel out, and you have 60 x 42. Therefore, the answer is 252. 25 minutes/60 minutes * 100 = 42% ===== ###### Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal ValuesMath and ArithmeticAlgebra Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.