Forty percent of 80 is what number?

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Asked 4/8/2012 4:32:50 PM

Updated 6/20/2014 6:53:10 AM

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Forty percent of 80 is 32.

40% * 80 = n;

0.4 * 80 = n;

n = 32

40% * 80 = n;

0.4 * 80 = n;

n = 32

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Updated 7/26/2014 4:32:01 PM

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15/32 in decimal form is 0.46875

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0.008% as a decimal is 0.00008

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If you decrease 24 by 16 1/2% of itself, the result is 20.04.

24 * 0.165 = 3.96

24 - 3.96 = 20.04

24 * 0.165 = 3.96

24 - 3.96 = 20.04

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-(v25) = -(sqrt 25) = -5

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You are asked to build a circular running track of length 1/4 km. To the nearest meter, the radius of the track would be approximately 39.81 meters.

1/4 km = 250 m

C = 2(pi)(r)

250 = 2(3.14)(r)

r = 250/6.28

r = 39.81

1/4 km = 250 m

C = 2(pi)(r)

250 = 2(3.14)(r)

r = 250/6.28

r = 39.81

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