Let's call our missing number x. Expressing this in terms of an equation, we get: 40% * 150 = x

Since a percentage is just the percent number divided by 100, we have:

x =

40 * 150

100

x =

6000

100

Since our fraction is not reduced, we need to calculate a greatest common factor From that lesson, we have a GCF of 100 Dividing numerator and denominator by our 100, we get 60/1 x = 60 or 60/1

Now we know that 40 percent (%) of 150 is 60 or 60/1.

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