# What Is 0.2 percent of 1000 + Solution With Free Steps

2 is equivalent to 0.2 percent of 1000. You may get this answer through the multiplication of 1000 by the factor 0.002.

A computation of 0.2 percent of 1000 may be beneficial in various real-world situations. Assume you wanted to buy a 1000 dollars round-trip ticket to Japan. Your agent informs you that if you have to pay a tax of 0.2 percent on the ticket price. Because you know that 0.2 percent of 1000 equals 2 dollars, there may be a 2 dollars tax.

Other than the tax example above, 0.2 percent of 1000 is useful in many areas. This article discusses the calculation of 0.2 percent of 1000.

## What Is 0.2 percent of 1000?

2 equals 0.2 percent of 1000. We may find this answer of 2 by multiplying the fraction 0.002 by the number 1000.

To obtain the same result of 2, multiply the fraction 0.2/100 by the number 1000. The solution of 1000 x 0.2/100 would result in same outcome, or the needed output of 2.

## How To Calculate 0.2 percent of 1000?

You may calculate what portion of one thousand equals zero point two percent using the steps given below.

### Step 1

Writing 0.2 percent of 1000 in mathematical form:

0.2 percent of 1000 = 0.2% x 1000

### Step 2

Substitute the % symbol in 0.2% x 1000 with the fraction 1/100:

0.2 percent of 1000 = ( 0.2 x 1/100 ) x 1000

### Step 3

Rearranging the above equation ( 0.2 x 1/100 ) x 1000 gives:

0.2 percent of 1000 = ( 0.2 x 1000 ) / 100

### Step 4

Multiplying 0.2 with 1000:

0.2 percent of 1000 = ( 200 ) / 100

### Step 5

Dividing 200 by 100:

0.2 percent of 1000 = 2

Therefore, the 0.2 percent of 1000 is equivalent to 2

We can see that 0.2 percent of 1000 is equal to 2 by using the following plot.

Figure 1: Chart showing 0.2 percent of 1000

The red region in the graphic above represents 0.2 percent of 1000, or 2. The 99.8 percent of 1000, or 998, is represented by the brown area.

The percentage is a normalization method used to scale a physical amount from one range to another, from zero to one hundred. This illustrates that, when utilizing the percentage approach, every integer may be represented by a number between 100 and 0.

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