Find out what is the missing percent value of a given number that is equal to another number? Given two numbers, calculate the missing percent value: ?% of number 1 = number 2

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?% of 100 = 16.6 => ?% = 16.6% Jan 18 10:53 UTC (GMT)
?% of 15.5 = 1.2 => ?% = 7.741935483871% Jan 18 10:53 UTC (GMT)
?% of 16.4 = 99 => ?% = 603.658536585366% Jan 18 10:52 UTC (GMT)
?% of 138 = 384.1 => ?% = 278.333333333333% Jan 18 10:51 UTC (GMT)
?% of 166 = 14.1 => ?% = 8.493975903614% Jan 18 10:51 UTC (GMT)
?% of 375 = 42 => ?% = 11.2% Jan 18 10:50 UTC (GMT)
?% of 114 = 51.5 => ?% = 45.175438596491% Jan 18 10:49 UTC (GMT)
?% of 100,000 = 427 => ?% = 0.427% Jan 18 10:49 UTC (GMT)
?% of 400 = - 0.85 => ?% = - 0.2125% Jan 18 10:49 UTC (GMT)
?% of 20,508 = 113 => ?% = 0.551004486054% Jan 18 10:49 UTC (GMT)
?% of 360 = 251 => ?% = 69.722222222222% Jan 18 10:49 UTC (GMT)
?% of 688 = 0.6 => ?% = 0.087209302326% Jan 18 10:48 UTC (GMT)
?% of 1,200 = 200 => ?% = 16.666666666667% Jan 18 10:48 UTC (GMT)
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  • The ammount of 100,000 dollars out of the annual profit of a company was invested in buying equipments. The annual profit of the company was 400,000 dollars. What is the percentage of the annual profit that was invested in buying equipments? Solution: x% of 400,000 dollars means 100,000 dollars => x% × 400,000 dollars = 100,000 dollars => x% = 100,000 ÷ 400,000 = 1 ÷ 4 = 0.25 = 25%;
  • 7 students in the terminal year have enrolled into the swimming class. There are 35 students in the terminal year. What percentage of students have enrolled into the swimming class? Solution: x% of the 35 students means 7 students => x% × 35 students = 7 students => x% = 7 ÷ 35 = 1 ÷ 5 = 0.2 = 20%;
  • In the last elections, 17,920 of the community members voted for the B Party. Community has a total of 56,000 people. What percentage of the community members voted for the B Party? Solution: x% of the total number of 56,000 of community members means 17,920 people => x% × 56,000 people = 17,920 people => x% = 17,920 ÷ 56,000 = 0.32 = 32%.