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What percent of 1600 is 80?

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5%

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80/1600 x 100 = 5

Therefore, 80 is 5 percent of 1600.

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5% of 1600= 5% * 1600= 0.05 * 1600= 80


5% of 1600 = 5% * 1600 = 0.05 * 1600 = 80


To find 80 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.8. In this instance, 0.8 x 2000 = 1600. Therefore, 80 percent of 2000 is equal to 1600.


80 (5% = 1600 divided by 20


80 / 1600 = 0.05Converting decimal to a percentage: 0.05 * 100 = 5%


You can find this number by doing the following 1600 * .8 = 1280


1600x0.05=80 therefore 1600


The number of which 5 % is 80 = 80/0.05 = 1600.


If 80 = 5% then 80/5 = 1%, which is 16. Then simply multiply by 100 to find 100%, which is 1600. So the answer is that 80 is 5% of 1600.



Yes, 20 times 80 is 1600.


200 is 12.5 percent of 1600.



"What percent is 10 percent?" Er, how about 10?. 10% of 16000 on the other hand is 1600. It follows that the original question is equivalent to "What percent is 1600?" 1600 is 160000 percent!


Do the math - 80 miles per hour, that's 160 miles in two hours. 160 is 10 percent of 1600, so....20 hours


To fnd 20 percent of 1600, multiply the number by 0.2. In this instance, 0.2 x 1600 = 320. Therefore, 20 percent of 1600 is equal to 320.


25% of 1600= 25% * 1600= 0.25 * 1600= 400


45% of 1600= 45% * 1600= 0.45 * 1600= 720


2.9% of 1600= 2.9% * 1600= 0.029 * 1600= 46.4


3.6% of 1600= 3.6% * 1600= 0.036 * 1600= 57.6



35% of 1600= 35% * 1600= 0.35 * 1600= 560


44828% of 1600= 28% * 1600= 0.28 * 1600= 448


1600 * 0.666 = 1065.6■


200% of 1600 = 1600*200/100 = 3200



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