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What is 43 percent of 60?

43 percent of 60

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Visualizing Through Pie Charts

One way of visualizing 43 percent is through a pie chart. In this example, the orange slice represents the percentage of the whole pie.

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43 percent pie chart

Visualizing Percentage with Bar Charts

Another way of visualizing percentages is using a bar chart like the one below. The orange bar represents 43, percent and the full square represents the whole or 100%.

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43 percent bar chart

Solution for 'What is 43% of 60?'

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Solution Steps

The following question is of the type "How much X percent of W", where W is the whole amount and X is the percentage figure or rate".

Let's say that you need to find 43 percent of 60. What are the steps?

Step 1: First determine the value of the whole amount. We assume that the whole amount is 60.

Step 2: Determine the percentage, which is 43.

Step 3: Convert the percentage 43% to its decimal form by dividing 43 by 100 to get the decimal number 0.43:

43100 = 0.43

Notice that dividing by 100 is the same as moving the decimal point two places to the left.

43.0 → 4.30 → 0.43

Step 4: Finally, find the portion by multiplying the decimal form found in the previous step by the whole amount:

0.43 x 60 = 25.8 (answer).

The steps above are expressed by the formula:

P = W × X%100

This formula says that:

"To find the portion or the part from the whole amount, multiply the whole by the percentage, then divide the result by 100".

The symbol % means the percentage expressed in a fraction or multiple of one hundred.

Replacing these values in the formula, we get:

P = 60 × 43100 = 60 × 0.43 = 25.8 (answer)

Therefore, the answer is 25.8 is that 43 percent of 60.

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