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# 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.

*All the Mathematical drawings/images are created using GeoGebra.*