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7 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Percentage reduction 2016-01-30 From Kuuku:The daily production targets in 2000 was 60,000 units this declined to 48,000 units in 2001 but was projected that further 300units reduction would be experienced in 2002. Calculate the percentage reduction by 2002.Answered by Penny Nom.     What percentage am I reducing it by? 2010-01-13 From Lynda:I need to calculate the percentage of a total number. If my total is 2.9 million and I take out 187,000 what percentage am I reduing it by?Answered by Penny Nom.     Percentage reduction 2009-12-15 From John:Please explain how I should calculate the percentage of £676 billion reduced to £498billionAnswered by Harley Weston.     A T.V. is offered at a sale price of £460 2007-12-12 From Conor:I was wondering if you could help me with this question which I have for homework. a) A T.V. is offered at a sale price of £460. If the reduction was 8%, what was the original price of the T.V.?Answered by Penny Nom.     An 18% reduction 2007-06-15 From darren:I have a figure of 627.30 i need to find out what the original amount was before 18% was taken away to leave the 627.30Answered by Penny Nom.     A reduction of 10% in the price of tea 2006-03-08 From Bidhu:A reduction of 10% in the price of tea enables a dealer to purchase 25 kg more tea for Rs 22500.What is the reduced price per kg of tea?What was the original price per kg?Answered by Stephen La Rocque.     A 40% reduction 2004-11-10 From Cathy:I'm having trouble figuring out how to figure a percentage??? it's easy to find what 40% of any given number is, but how would i accurately figure out what is the final number is when i know the number after the 40% has been removed? when i add 40% to this number it obviously is lower than it should be. the best i could figure is; x=?-40% ---------------> x-?=-40% i'm all confused???? Answered by Penny Nom.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français