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What is 50 percent of 80 percent?

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40% is 50 percent of 80 percent.

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50 from 80 is 100*50/80 = 62.5%


Express percent as decimal: 50% = 50/100 = 0.50 and 80% = 80/100 = .80 so .5o times .80 = .40 = 40%


50% of £80 = £40 = 50% * £80 = 50%/100% * £80 = £40


62.5 percent of 80 is 50.


80 is what percent of 50= 80 / 50= 1.6Converting decimal to a percentage:1.6 * 100 = 160%


50% of 80= 50% * 80= 0.5 * 80= 4050percent of 80 is equal to 40


50/80 x 100 = 62.5 Therefore, 50 is 62.5 percent of 80.


100*(80 - 50)/50 = 100*30/50 = 60%


40/50 x 100 = 80 percent.


50 percent of 80 equals 40.


40 50% is a half, and a half of 80 is 40


To find 50 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.5. In this instance, 0.5 x 160 = 80. Therefore, 50 percent of 160 is equal to 80.


You multiply 80 by 0.5


50% off 80 dollars = 40 dollars.



40, as a percentage of 80 is 100*40/80 = 50%


40 out of 80=40/80=.5 .5 is 50 percent, and larger than 40 percent.


The increase from 50 to 90 is: 80%


40 is half of 80, so that makes it 50%


40 is what percent of 50:= 40 / 50= 0.8Converting decimal to a percentage:0.8 * 100 = 80%


40/50 x 100 = 80 percent.


You can re-express this as: 50 / 80 = x / 100 and then solve for x: 8x = 500 x = 125/2 x = 62.5 So 50 is 62.5 percent of 80.



50% of 80 = 40 because 50% = 0.5 0.5 x 80 = 40 or you can divide 40 by 0.5 40/0.5 = 80


80%=80/100 80/100 x 50 questions = 40 correct answers. therefore 50 - 40 = 10 incorrect answers.



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