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How do find the value for n

30 over 60 = n over 100

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    30 over 60 = n over 100

    Cross multiply.

    30 * 100 = 60n
    3,000 = 60n
    50 = n

    You could also reduce the fractions:
    30/60 = 1/2
    n/100 =
    n = ?

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