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# What is the percent of change of 36 decreased by 24?

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36 reduced by 24 (36 to 12) is a decrease of 66.67%

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## Related Questions 33.33333...%, or 33-1/3%. It's a nonterminating decimal.  Value of change = 36 - 24 = 12 inches. Percentage change = 100*value of change/starting value = 100*12/24 = 100/2 = 50% 36% of 24= 36% * 24= 0.36 * 24= 8.64  36 is 1.5 times as large as 24, so it is 150% of 24. This represents a 50% increase from 24 to 36. 50% of 24 = 12 24 + 12 = 36  Using the equation of percent of change.(Original Value - Current Value) / Originalvalue *100% = Percent change(60 - 36 ) / 60 *100 = 40%40% is the percent change  first turn the percent into a decimal 36%= .36 set up an equation X times .36 = .24 so .36X=.24 divide by .36 on both sides X=.66666666....7   24 as a percentage of 65 is 36.'923076'% recurring decimal From 18 to 36 is an increase of 100% . From 36 to 18 is a decrease of 50% . The formula for finding the percent is =The given number/Total number *100 Here the given number is 36 . The total number is 150 . Therefore Percent = 36/150*100=24% A yard stick being 36 inches, 24% is 8.64 inches  It's easy to change a percent to a decimal - just divide it by 100: 36 / 100 = 0.36  Percent means "out of 100", so put the percentage number over 100 and reduce to simplest form: 36% = 36/100 = 9/25 First, change the percent to a decimal which is done by dividing by 100. Then, multiply that result by 36:2 / 100 = 0.020.02 x 36 = 0.72 First, change the percent to a decimal which is done by dividing by 100. Then, multiply that result by 36:25 / 100 = 0.250.25 x 36 = 9  1 foot = 12 inches 3 feet = 1 yard = 36 inches 24/36 = 2/3 = 66.667%

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