TABE: Quiz On Percent Equation! Math Trivia Questions

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TABE: Quiz On Percent Equation! Math Trivia Questions - Quiz

Welcome to this amazing TABE quiz on Percent Equation Math Trivia Questions. Percentages represent a portion of something out of a whole which is represented by 100%, take up this challenging quiz and see if you can find the percentages of the numbers in each question. All the best and take your time choosing your best answer for each!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    190% of 53=

    Explanation
    The given expression "190% of 53" means finding 190 percent of 53. To calculate this, we multiply 53 by 190/100, which is equal to 1.9. Therefore, 190% of 53 is equal to 53 times 1.9, which equals 100.7.

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  • 2. 

    90% of 62=

    Explanation
    To find 90% of 62, we can multiply 62 by 0.9. This is because 90% is equivalent to 0.9 as a decimal. Multiplying 62 by 0.9 gives us 55.8, which is the correct answer.

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  • 3. 

    132% of 90=

    Explanation
    The given equation states that 132% of 90 is equal to 118.8. To find this value, we can multiply 90 by 132% (or 1.32). Doing so gives us 118.8, which matches the given answer.

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  • 4. 

    30% of 70=

    Explanation
    The given question is asking for 30% of 70. To find this, we can multiply 70 by 0.30, which gives us 21. Therefore, the correct answer is 21.

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  • 5. 

    30% of_=15

    Explanation
    The equation "30% of _ = 15" can be solved by dividing 15 by 0.30, which equals 50. This means that 30% of 50 is equal to 15.

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  • 6. 

    100% of _=10

  • 7. 

    40%  of _=20

    Explanation
    To find the missing value, we can set up an equation. Let's represent the missing value with x. We know that 40% of x is equal to 20. This can be written as 0.4x = 20. To solve for x, we divide both sides of the equation by 0.4. So, x = 20 / 0.4 = 50. Therefore, the missing value is 50.

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  • 8. 

    50%of_=10

    Explanation
    The equation "50% of _ = 10" can be solved by finding what number, when multiplied by 50% (or 0.5), equals 10. To do this, we can divide 10 by 0.5, which gives us 20. Therefore, the missing number is 20.

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  • 9. 

    _%of 40=16

  • 10. 

    _%of 40=36

    Explanation
    The given equation is asking for what percent of 40 is equal to 36. To solve this, we can set up a proportion: x/100 = 36/40. Cross multiplying, we get 40x = 3600. Dividing both sides by 40, we find that x = 90. Therefore, 90% of 40 is equal to 36.

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  • 11. 

    _% of 180=90

    Explanation
    The given equation can be rewritten as "x% of 180 = 90". To find the value of x, we need to solve for x. By dividing both sides of the equation by 180, we get "x% = 90/180". Simplifying further, we have "x% = 0.5". To convert this into a percentage, we multiply both sides by 100, resulting in "x% = 50". Therefore, the value of x is 50.

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  • 12. 

    _%of 140=70

    Explanation
    The given equation "% of 140 = 70" can be rewritten as "x% of 140 = 70". To find the value of x, we can set up a proportion: x/100 = 70/140. Solving this proportion, we get x = 50. Therefore, the answer is 50.

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