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Please explain this problem:
150% of 54

  • Prealgebra -

    This is a multiplication problem.

    First, change the percentage to a decimal by moving the decimal point two places to the left and dropping the percent sign.

    150% = 1.5

    Then multiply 1.5 times 54.

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