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229.77 is 37% of what number?
229.77 is 37% of 621 x * 37% = 229.77 x = 229.77/37% x = 229.77/0.37 x = 621
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229.77 is 37% of 621

x * 37% = 229.77

x = 229.77/37%

x = 229.77/0.37

x = 621
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