Percents Word Problem7






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Definition :

When we express a quantity as a part of 100, we use the word per cent. "Cent" means hundred."Percent" means per hundred. To understand this topic clearly let us consider the following example.

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Question:

A fruit seller bought 1200 mangoes.7% of the mangoes were rotten.How many mangoes become root?

Basic idea:

In this problem a seller has bought 1200 mangoes.7% of the mangoes were rotten.We have to find the number of mangoes become root.To solve this problem we have to find 7% of total number of mangoes.Here total number of mangoes is 1200.

Solution:

No of mangoes bought by fruit seller  =  1200 

Percentage of mangoes rotten = 7%

No of mangoes which were rotten  =   7% of total mangoes

                                               =  (7/100)  x 1200

                                               =   (7 x 1200)/100

                                               =   (7 x 12)

                                               =   84 mangoes
 
No of mangoes which were rotten = 84 mangoes




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