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# 75 percent of 400 is the same as what percent of 150?

636465 ###### 2012-12-16 13:06:40

It is 200% of 150.

75% of 400 = 300

% rate =300/150 *100% = 200%

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## Related Questions 75% of 400= 75% * 400= 0.75 * 400= 300 150 is 75% of what= 150 / 75= 150 / 0.75= 200 75% of 150= 75% * 150= 0.75 * 150= 112.5 150% of 75= 150% * 75= 1.5 * 75= 112.5 75 percent of 400 dollars is 300 dollars. 150/200 x 100 = 75 Therefore, 150 is 75 percent of 200.  25% off is the same as 75% of the price. 150 * 0.75 = 112.5 To find 75 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.75. In this instance, 0.75 x 150 = 112.5. Therefore, 75 percent of 150 is equal to 112.5. 50 percent off 150.00 = 7550% off of 150= 50% discount applied to 150= 150 - (50% * 150)= 150 - (0.50 * 150)= 150 - 75= 75  It is: (150-75)/75 times 100 = 100% increase If you have a number, for example, 100, and add 50 percent, this is equal to 100 + 50 = 150.If you then increase the number 150 by 50 percent, you will get 150 + 75 = 225.Therefore, this is not the same as doubling.by ayaz khan  50% of 150 = 50% * 150 = 0.5 * 150 = 75 % rate = 75% = 150/200 * 100% = 0.75 * 100% = 75%   Expressed as a percentage, 75/150 x 100 = 50 percent.  You do this by caculating 100/400=200% so you take a quarter out of 200% which=175% so the answer is 175%A Different Answer75 out of 400 is written in fraction form as 75/400. To convert to percent. divide the top number (75) by the bottom number (400) and then move the decimal 2 places to the right:75 &divide; 400 = .1875 = 18.75% 75%= 75/100= 0.75 So, 400- 0.75= 399.25 ie, 400.00- 0.75 = 399.25  75% means 75/100 = 0.750.75 * 200= 150===== That's the same thing as one and a half of 50 one 50 is 50 half of 50 is 25 add 50 and 25 and you get 75 150% of 50 is 75

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