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alright ladies and gentlemen in this

next example it says 20 20 is what

percent of 240

so exactly ladies and gentlemen what I'm

going to do is go through the exact same

thing that I have done before just plug

everything into this into your

proportion and then determine what you

have so we have part over whole part

percent over a hundred percent now let's

just go and figure out do we have any

percent that we have up there no so I

have nothing to figure out for that so

that's actually what we're trying to

figure out so we'll do that as our X

then do we have a part in a whole yes we

have our part and our whole which is 20

and 240 now one of the first steps we'll

always want to do is simplify simplify

simplify right always simplify before we

can do anything

so I already notice I can cancel off

those zeroes I can already simplify this

to one over twelve right so that's not

too bad that's actually gonna make this

problem very simple so now when I plan

my cross-product I have X percent is

equal to one times 100 or I'm sorry

twelve sorry 12 times X percent is equal

to one hundred percent

but here I reduced to over 12 are sorry

20 over 240 to 112 okay

that's basically me so therefore I need

to multiply 12 times the X and the 1

times 100 so now I just needed to divide

12 on both sides so I'm just not gonna

write the X in the percent but we can

see that my answer is gonna be as a

percent so now I've seen to say well how

many times does 12 go into a hundred

still waiting for how many times X goes

12 and 2 all right so let's so what

we'll need to do is go back to our

handy-dandy long division alright

because again we're doing this Sheldon

put your head up please

so what we're getting going doing with

this is again working through long

division so 12 doesn't go to 10 but 12

does go into 100 how many times is 12

going to 108 times 8 times 12 is 96

correct subtract the two rows for I

cannot divide 12 into 4 so I have to

create a decimal point and when I create

a decimal point I bring an unlimited set

of zeros then I bring down the 0 12 does

go into 40 though 3 times 3 times 12 is

36 and it's just gonna start repeating

okay huh

so well it's not a yeah

so therefore would be eight point well

forty forty percent would is almost be

fifty percent so think about that if

fifty percent is 120 right so you

probably missed a decimal point or

something in there but your final answer

is B eight point three three tell them

Eisley