When finding the percent, round to the nearest tenth of a percent when necessary:
What percent of 7.15 is 3.5?
To calculate: The percent if that percent of is .
Some percent of is .
Formula for finding rate,
Where, P is the part and B is the base.
Consider the information, some percent of is .
The rate is the number with the sign, which is to be determined.
The base is the value followed by ‘of’. So, base is,
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