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What is 45 percent 0f 80?


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Answered 2012-09-13 11:03:07

45 percent 0f 80 = 36

45% of 80

= 45% * 80

= 45%/100% * 80

= 360/10 or 36

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Finding 45 percent of a number is the same as multiplying the number by 0.45. In this instance, 80 x 0.45 = 36.Therefore, 45 percent of 80 is equal to 36.


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It is the same as 0.45*80 = 36


If 45 = 120% then simply divide 45 by 120, to find 1%, which is 0.375 and then multiply this by 80 to find 80%, which is 30 - or - 1.20X = 45; X = 45/1.20 = 37.5; then 80% of the number is: 37.5 X .80 = 30


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