17.6% of 752= 17.6% * 752= 0.176 * 752= 132.352

To find 35 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.35. In this instance, 0.35 x 752 = 263.2. Therefore, 35 percent of 752 is equal to 263.2.

60.16 / 0.08 = 752 Therefore, the number that 60.16 is eight percent of, is 752.

100 percent of 42 = 42

(75 percent) percent of 42 = 31.5%

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

42 percent of 200 = 8442% of 200= 42% * 200= 0.42 * 200= 84

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

37.5 percent of 112 is 42.

80 percent of 42 is 33.6

42 percent of 20 = 8.4

20 percent of 42 = 8.4

42 percent of 500,000 is 210,000.

72 percent of 42 is 30.24

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.

THIS IS THE SAME QUESTION AS "What percent of 120 is 42".

14.7 is 35 percent of 42.

35% of 120= 35% * 120= 0.35 * 120= 4242 is what percent of 42: = 42 / 42 = 1Converting decimal to a percentage: 1 * 100 = 100%So, 42 is 100% of 42.

42% = 0.42

42% of 800 = 42% * 800 = 0.42 * 800 = 336 or 33,600%

58 - 42 percent = 24.3642% of 58= 42% * 58= 0.42 * 58= 24.36

42% = .42.42*300 = 126

2.31/42 x 100 = 5.5 percent.

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