# percents

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I just need to get the formulas for these percent problems:

1. 76 is 80 % of what #?

2. 85 is what percent of 200?

3. what % of 75 is 40?

Thanks!

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1.
0.8x = 76
Solve for x

2.
85/200 = ? Change decimal answer to percent

3.
40/75 = ? Change decimal answer to percent

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Another way to solve 1.

76/0.8 =

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