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# What is 30% of 100?

## Finding the 30% of 100 With Decimal Method

To find 30% of 100, we first need to understand what percentage means. Percentage is a way of expressing a fraction or a portion of a whole as a fraction out of 100. So, 30% means 30 out of 100 or 30/100 as a fraction, which simplifies to 0.3 as a decimal.

Now, to find 30% of 100, we use the formula:

30% of 100 = (30/100) x 100

Here, we’re multiplying the decimal equivalent of 30% (0.3) by the number 100 to get the answer.

Simplifying this expression, we get:

30% of 100 = 0.3 x 100

Multiplying 0.3 and 100, we get:

30% of 100 = 30

## Finding the 30% of 100 With the Help of Vedic Math

In Vedic Math, there is a sutra or formula known as “Ekadhikena Purvena,” which means “one more than the previous one.” This sutra is used to make calculations easier and faster.

To find 30% of 100 using Vedic Math and the Ekadhikena Purvena sutra, we can follow these steps:

Step 1: Divide the number by 10 to get 10%.

10% of 100 = 10

Step 2: Multiply the result from Step 1 by 3 to get 30%.

30% of 100 = 10% of 100 x 3

= 10 x 3

= 30

### Therefore, 30% of 100 using Vedic Math is 30.

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