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# What is 25% of 75?

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### Finding the 25% of 75 With Decimal Method

To find 25% of 75, we first need to understand what percentage means. A percentage is a way of expressing a fraction or a portion of a whole as a fraction out of 100. So, 25% means 25 out of 100 or 25/100 as a fraction, which simplifies to 0.25 as a decimal.

Now, to find 25% of 75, we use the formula:

25% of 75 = (25/100) x 75

Here, we’re multiplying the decimal equivalent of 25% (0.25) by the number 75 to get the answer.

Simplifying this expression, we get:

25% of 75 = 0.25 x 75

Multiplying 0.25 and 75, we get: 18.75

Therefore, 25% of 75 is equal to 18.75. ### Finding the 25% of 75 With the Help of Vedic Math

Vedic math formula ‘Nikhilam Sutra,’ can be used for multiplication, division, and percentage calculations. To calculate 25% of 75 using Vedic Math, we can apply the “base method.” Since 25% is 1/4, we can multiply 75 by 1/4 using the base method.

Here’s a step-by-step explanation:

• Choose a base close to the numbers: In this case, the base is 10, which is close to 75.
• Find the difference between the number and the base: 75 – 10 = 65
• Multiply the differences by 1/4: 65 * 1/4 = 16.25.
• Add the result to the original number: 75 + 16.25 = 91.25.
• However, this method gives us the wrong result, which is a limitation of the base method. The base method is better suited for the multiplication of numbers close to a common base like 10, 100, 1000, etc.

In this case, it’s more efficient to use simple arithmetic:

25% of 75 = (25/100) * 75 = (1/4) * 75 = 18.75

So, 25% of 75 is 18.75.

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Notify of Inline Feedbacks Ravi
5 months ago

The article could be more comprehensive. For example, seeing more examples of how 25% of 75 can be used in real-world applications would be helpful. Pranav
3 months ago

Are there other alternative methods for finding percentages besides the decimal method and Vedic Math? Editor
Moonpreneur
3 months ago

You can find percentages by using estimation, breaking down the percentage into simpler parts, or using fractions. Also, rounding to a simpler percentage and adjusting can be an efficient method. 4 months ago

I liked the Vedic math method pretty fast! Do you have any solution to this problem in Russian math?