Math and Arithmetic

# What is 6 percent of 114 dollars?

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###### 2010-12-10 17:28:26

6% of \$114 = \$114 * .06 = \$6.84

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To find 6 percent of a value, multiply the value by 0.06. In this instance, 0.06 x 3500 = 210. Therefore, 6 percent of 3500 dollars is 210 dollars.

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twelve and half percent of 114 = 14.2512 1/2% of 114= 12.5% * 114= 0.125 * 114= 14.25

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Percent means out of 100: &rarr; 6 % of \$51 = 6/100 &times; \$51 = \$3.06

10 percent = 60/10 = 6 10 percent + 10 percent = 6 + 6 = 12 20% of \$60 is \$12

114 is what percent of 30:= 114 / 30= 3.8Converting decimal to a percentage:3.8 * 100 = 380%

98/114 = .8596 Hence, 98 is about 86% of 114.

6 % = 6 for each 100 means 3 for 50 So 50 dollars + 6% = 50 dollars + 3 dollars = 53 dollars.

Percent is from the Latin "per cent", meaning "of one hundred".So, 6 percent of 600 dollars means "6 dollars out of every one hundred dollars".Since there are 6 one hundreds in six hundred, the answer is 6 x 6, or 36 dollars.If you happen to be calculating sales tax, that amount is added to the bill. So your sub-total would be \$600, your tax would be \$36, and your total would be \$636.

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