If 20% of A=B, then 80% of 2A=

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2022-07-24
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Tristan Pittman

Answered 2022-07-25
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20% of A=B

=> (20/100)*A=B

=> A/5=B

=> A=5B

80% of 2A

=(80/100)*2A

=(4/5)*2A

=(8/5)*A

=(8/5)*5B

=8B

=> (20/100)*A=B

=> A/5=B

=> A=5B

80% of 2A

=(80/100)*2A

=(4/5)*2A

=(8/5)*A

=(8/5)*5B

=8B

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