I don't know how to calculate what 10% of $300.000 is?
asked Mar 15, 2016 in Other Math Topics by anonymous

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What is 10% of $300.000

Well, 10% is 10/100, which is a tenth, (1/10)

You have 300 dollars and a tenth of 300 dollars is 30 dollars.

When you divide a number by 10, all you do is shift the decimal poiont one place to the left.

So your answer is 30 dollars.

You have been writing the fractional part of a dollar amount as thousandths of a dollar, viz. $300.000

If you wish to keep the same specification, then the answer would be $30.000

answered Mar 15, 2016 by Fermat Level 10 User (63,660 points)

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