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# What is five percent of 100?

Five percent of 100 is 5

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5% five hundredths is 5/100 = 0.05 0.05 times 100 percent is 0.05 times 100/100 % five hundredths is 5%

Taking a percent of a percentTaking an example: five percent of 100 is 5. Five percent of 5 is 0.25.Therefore, 5 percent of 5 percent is equal to 0.25 percent or 0.0025 (1/400).As a ratio5 percent is 100% of 5 percent.

Five divided by 100 = .05, this means .05 is 5 percent shown as a decimal.Multiply 50000 by five percent (.05) you get 2500.Five percent of 50000 is 2500

To convert 2.5 to percent multiply by 100: 2.5 &times; 100 = 250%

To convert a decimal to a percent, multiply by 100: 75 x 100 = 750%

To convert any decimal to percent, simply multiply the decimal by 100. So, 5 &times; 100 = 500%

five percent percent means out of 100 so 100 divided by 20 is 5 1/20 x 5 = 5/100 = 5%

90 is 100 percent. 90/100 = 0.9 is 1 percent. This value times 25 gives you 25 percent. Solution: 22.5

% rate = 12.5% = 5/40 * 100% = 0.125 * 100% = 12.5%

Expressed as a percentage, 5/5 x 100 = 100 percent.

0.3 Six percent of five = six hundredths of five = five percent of six = 1 percent of 6 X 5 = 1% of 30 That is 30 divided by 100 Dropping a nought from each = 3 divided by 10 That's 3 tenths, which, as a decimal is 0.3 Tip: It's useful to remeber that 30% of &pound;100 = 100% 0f 30 or 1% of 30 X 100 But 30% of &pound;100 means thirty hundredths of &pound;100 which is &pound;30

1236 is 100 percent. 12.36 is 1 percent. This times 5 must be 5 percent. That is 61.8

25/26 as a percent = 100*25/26 = 96.2% approx.

% rate = 37.5% = 45/120 * 100% = 0.375 * 100% = 37.5%

Percent is out of a hundred, so 5 percent is equal to 5/100 5/100 times 60 is equal to 300/100, which is equal to 3. So five percent of sixty is three

The number 20 is 20 percent of 100. All numbers under 100 are the same as expressed as a percent. Five is 5 percent, 10 is 10 percent, and so on.

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