What is 30% of 40?

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To be able to calculate the answer to 30% of 40, you could take 30 multiple by 40 and divide by 100%. 30 Multiply by 40 is 1200. Divide that answer by 100 equals to 12. Or another approach, 30 divided by 100, gives you 0.3. Multiply your answer 0.3 with 40 and you get 12.
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Percentages are the ratios between numbers represented as an equivalent ratio over the denominator of 100, hence its name - 'per-cent'. The value of a certain percentage of a whole is found by multiplying the whole by the percentage in question and then dividing the result by 100. Therefore, the result of 30% of 40 equals to (30*40)/100, which is 12.
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