Math and Arithmetic

# When 5 percent of what number equals 80?

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

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16. It takes 5x20 to equal 100. 80 divided by 5 equals 16.

To find 5 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.05. In this instance, 0.05 x 80 = 4. Therefore, 5 percent of 80 is equal to 4.5% of 80 is 4.

496 times 80/100, 4/5, .8, or 8% equals 396.8

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.

Fifty 160% = 80 10% = 80/16 = 5 100% = 50

First write the equation for this which is (n / 4 ) - 5 = 15. The number is 80. 80 divided by 4 equals 20 and 20 minus 5 equals 15.

40 out of 80=40/80=.5 .5 is 50 percent, and larger than 40 percent.

4 out of 5 is 80%. You can figure this out by taking 4 and dividing it by 5, which is 0.8, which is 80%. Or you can multiply 5 by 20 to get 100 and then multiply 4 by the same number which gives you 80, that would give you 80/100 or 80%.

80 percent as a fraction is 80 over 100 but you can reduce it to 4 over 54/5

80% = 0.8 = 8/10 = 4/580 percent in fraction = 80/100 or 8/10 or 4/5

5% of 80 = 80*5/100 = 4 So a 5% discount on 80 leaves 76.

80 percent of 1632 = 6528/5 = or 1505.680% of 1632= 80% * 1632= 80%/100% * 1632= 13056/10= 6528/5= or 1505.6

4/5fraction which is equivalent to 80 percent = 8/10 or 4/580% = 80%/100% = 8/10 or 4/5 in fraction

A percent is just the numerator of the fraction divided by the denominator and multiplied by 100. ex. 4/5 is 4 divided by 5, which equals 0.8, multiply that by 100 and you get 80%

When you have decimals you times them buy 100 to get the percent so .5 equals 50% and .05 equals 5% and .005 equals .5%

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