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What is the given percent of 42 percent of 200?

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42 percent of 200 = 84

42% of 200

= 42% * 200

= 0.42 * 200

= 84

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Number*percent in a decimal 200 * .42 = 84




41% of 200 = 82 = 41% * 200 =41%/100%* 200 = 0.41 * 200 = 82


Percentage = Base x RateGiven: P = 42 ; B = 75 ; R =?Solution:42 = 75 x R42 / 75 = R0.56 = R or 56% in percent form


Percent means per hundred. (Think cent as in century). So 1 percent is the same as 1 divided by 100.To find 1 percent of a number, simply multiply the percentage by that number. For example, to find 1 percent of 42 you would write:42 × (1÷100)Which equals 0.42.You can also figure out 5%, 95% and 200% of 42 like so:42 × (5÷100) = 2.2542 × (95÷100) = ??42 × (200÷100) = ??The last two are left as an exercise. A basic calculator can be used to help with percentages.


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80 percent = 0.842 / 0.8 = 52.542 is 5,250 percent of 80 percent.


to get answer you divide percent by 100 and multiply: 200 percent of 200 = 2 x 200 = 400


42 over 100 as a percent = 42%= 42/100 * 100%= 42%


200 as a percent = 20000%200= 200 * 100%= 20000%


37.5 percent of 112 is 42.


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42 percent of 500,000 is 210,000.


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200 percent as a fraction is 200/100 or 2/1.


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B=42R=60%=).60P= ?P=BxRP=42x0.60= 25.2therefore 25.2 is 60% of 42


42 / 0.6 = 70 Therefore, 42 is 60 percent of 70.


The percent of 12 out of 42 is this: 12/100 x 42 = 0.12 x 42=5.04.


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