Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values

# How do you find what percent of 15 is 12?

percentage = 80%

% rate:

= 12/15 * 100%

= 0.8 * 100%

= 80%

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## Related Questions

To find 15 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.15. In this instance, 0.15 x 80 = 12. Therefore, 15 percent of 80 is equal to 12.

To find 12 percent of a number, multiply that number by 0.12. In this instance, 0.12 x 125 = 15. Therefore, 12 percent of 125 is equal to 15.

15 is what percent of 12= 15 / 12= 1.25Converting decimal to a percentage: 1.25 * 100 = 125%

15/1.25 = 12 Therefore, the number that 15 is 125 percent of, is 12.

Subtract the lower price from the higher one. Divide the difference by the original price. Multiply the answer by 100. Example: 15 dollars decreased to 12 dollars. 15 - 12 = 3 3/15 = 0.20 = 20 percent decrease Example: 12 dollars increased to 15 dollars. 15 - 12 = 3 3/12 = 0.25 = 25 percent increase

Expressed as a percentage, 12/15 x 100 = 80 percent.

15% of \$12.00= 15% * 12= 0.15 * 12= \$1.80

15% of 120 is equal to 12% of 150. 15% of 120 = 18 12% of 150 = 18

12 + 15% = 12.1512% + 15% = 27%13.8 is 15% greater than 12.

15% of 12 pounds = 12*15/100 = 1.8 pounds

80.00 increased by 15 percent is 92, because 15% of 80.00 is 12, and 12 +80 is 92.

No, 15 percent of 80 is 12. 52 is 65 percent of 80.

You divide the number you want to find the percentage of by the total number present (and then times by 100). For example - if you invite 15 people to a meeting and 12 turn up, to find the percentage you divide 12 by 15 and then times by a hundred. 12 &divide; 15 = 0.8 = 80%

25% increase from 12 to 15. 20% decrease from 15 to 12.

To get 12 percent of a number, multiply the given number by the decimal equivalent of 12% which is 0.12. Example: 12% of 15 = 0.12 * 15 = 1.8

12% of 125% = 1.25*12/100 = 0.15 = 15%12% of 125% = 1.25*12/100 = 0.15 = 15%12% of 125% = 1.25*12/100 = 0.15 = 15%12% of 125% = 1.25*12/100 = 0.15 = 15%

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