25% more than 52 is 65.

25%=1/4, so your answer is 1/4 of 52 + 52. 52/4=13. 52+13=65. So 25% more than 52 is 65. (This answer should be true as long as either I didn't make a mistake, or the 25% is 25% of 52 and not another number.)

25%=0.25 52*0.25= 13 so; 52-13=39

25% of $52.00= 25% * 52= 0.25 * 52= $13.00

13 is what percent of 52:= 13 / 52= 0.25= 25%

If you want 52 minus 25% of 52, then multiply 52 by .25 and subtract the result from 52.

25 percent of 208 = 52

25% + 52 = 52.25

52% = 52/100 = 13/2552% = 52/100 = 13/2552% = 52/100 = 13/2552% = 52/100 = 13/25

52 percent as a fraction 52/100 in it's simplest form 13/25

13. You need to divide 52 by 4.

13/25 to a decimal and a percent = 0.52; 52%

52/100 , 26/50, 13/25 so, 13 ----- 25

Adding 25% of 52 onto itself - would give the answer 65.

% rate = 13/25 * 100% = 52%

52/100 = 26/50 = 13/25

13 __ 25 52/100= 26/50= 13/25

52% as a fraction is 13/25 in its lowest terms. This is because 52% is equal to 0.52 which as a fraction is 52/100 which reduces to 13/25.

52%= 13/25 * 100%= 0.52 * 100%= 52%

52% as a fraction is 13/25 in its lowest terms. This is because 52% is equal to 0.52

52 = 25Root 25 = 525 - 5 = 20

52% = 0.52 = 13/25 as a fraction in its lowest terms

if it is 13/25 you are asking then 52%

approximately 48% or 48.076923076%

13/25 = 52%13/25 = 13 ÃƒÂ· 25 = 0.520.52 x 100 = 52%

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