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Taking a percent of a percent

Taking 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 ratio

5 percent is 100% of 5 percent.

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0100 is 2,000 percent of 5. 5 is 5 percent of 100.

The percent for 5/5 is 100%.

5 percent of 6.15 percent is 0.003075

2 percent of 5 percent is 0.001

No 5 percent is five times 1 percent just a 5 is 5 times 1. Half of 1 percent is 0.5 percent.

5 percent of 20 percent = 0.05 x 20 percent = 1 percent

1 percent = 7800 divded by 100 so 1 percent = 78 5 percent = 5 times 78 5 percent = 390

1000 5 is 100 percent of 5. Ten times 100 percent is 1000 percent as ten times 5 is 50.

5 percent of 100.00 is 5%

The answer is the 5 percent of 84

What percent is 5 out 55

5 is what percent of 25

5%% since the other is negative.

NO. 1 percent is less than 5 percent.

5 percent is * * * * * Depends on the subject of the sentence. For example, 5 percent of the people in this room are over 1.9 metres tall.

10 percent is 16, so 5 percent is 8.

5 percent5%= 0.05 in decimal0.5%= 0.005 in decimalthus,5% > 0.5%

5 percent of 14.50 is 0.725

33 percent of 5 is 1.65

5% of 500.000 = 25.000

5 percent = 0.05

5 percent of 130 is 6.5

5 percent in 100 is 0.05.

5 percent of 20,238.00 is 1,011.9

5 percent of 30 is 1.5.

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