Algebra

Can you help me solve this please?

31%=1-600/Q

Answer: 869.6

But in don't know how to get to the answer

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asked by Tina
  1. Change the 31% to a decimal value. Then multiply both sides of the equation by Q. Then get all the Q terms on one side and the number terms on the other side. Combine the terms and solve for Q.

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