Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.... Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.

Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.... Finding a percent. This is the currently selected item. Percent of a whole number Percent of a whole number. Identifying percent amount and base. Practice: Equivalent representations of percent problems. Practice: Finding percents . Next tutorial. Percent word problems. Current time:0:00Total duration:3:33. 0 energy points. Math Â· Pre-algebra Â· Ratios, rates, proportions Â· Percent

Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.... Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.

And I could just write that literally as 0.3 times 6. Well, 3 times 6 is 18. I have only one digit behind the decimal amongst both of these numbers that I'm multiplying. I only have the 3 to the right of the decimal. So I'm only going to have one number to the right of the decimal here. So I just count one number. It's going to be 1.8. So either way you think about it or calculate â€¦... Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.

## How To Find 3 Percent Of A Number

## How To Find 3 Percent Of A Number

### And I could just write that literally as 0.3 times 6. Well, 3 times 6 is 18. I have only one digit behind the decimal amongst both of these numbers that I'm multiplying. I only have the 3 to the right of the decimal. So I'm only going to have one number to the right of the decimal here. So I just count one number. It's going to be 1.8. So either way you think about it or calculate â€¦

- And I could just write that literally as 0.3 times 6. Well, 3 times 6 is 18. I have only one digit behind the decimal amongst both of these numbers that I'm multiplying. I only have the 3 to the right of the decimal. So I'm only going to have one number to the right of the decimal here. So I just count one number. It's going to be 1.8. So either way you think about it or calculate â€¦
- Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.
- Letâ€™s do it by dividing. 3 divided by 10 is 0.3. 0.3 times 100 is 30. So 3 is 30% of 10. The other way is to make our denominator 100. We can multiply both sides by 10 to get 30/100. Since the denominator is 100, the numerator is the percentage. So we now have 30%. It is better to divide since you wonâ€™t always have a denominator that can become 100.
- Finding a percent. This is the currently selected item. Percent of a whole number Percent of a whole number. Identifying percent amount and base. Practice: Equivalent representations of percent problems. Practice: Finding percents . Next tutorial. Percent word problems. Current time:0:00Total duration:3:33. 0 energy points. Math Â· Pre-algebra Â· Ratios, rates, proportions Â· Percent

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