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if x is r percent of y and if k is s percent y, then x is what percent of k?

100(r+s)%
100/rs%
100r/s%
100s/r%
rs/100%

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    x/y = 100r
    k/y = 100s

    y = x/100r = k/100s
    so,
    x/k = 100r/100s = r/s
    or 100r/s%

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