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# What Is 10 percent of 2000 + Solution with Free Steps

**200 is equal to 10 percent of 2000. You can find this solution through the multiplication of 2000 by the factor of 0.10.Â **

The solution to the problem of **10 percent of 2000Â **is used widely in the real world. Consider, for example, the case of** renting a penthouse**. Let us say that you wanted to rent a penthouse whose rent is listed as **2000 dollars**. The landlord is your very good friend, and he offers you a **special discount worth 10 percent** on the rent. Since you know that **10 percent of 2000 is equal to 200, **you can easily conclude that the overall saving is **200 dollars per month**.

In addition to the **penthouse example** given above, there are several more situations in which you would need to compute **10 percent of 2000**. You may use the **step-by-step explanation** of how to compute **10 percent of 2000** in the section below for any purpose.

## What Is **10 percent of 2000**?

**200 equals 10% of 2000. To calculate this result multiply the fraction 0.10 by 2000.**

The fraction** 10/100** can also be multiplied by the whole number **2000** to achieve the same outcome. This would provide the **desired output of 200,** or a comparable outcome.

## How To Calculate **10 percent of 2000**?

The following mathematical procedures, when applied** step by step**, can be used to get the **percentage of four thousand that equals 10 percent**.

**Step 1**

Writing **10 percent of 2000****Â **in mathematical form:

**10 percent of 2000 = 10% x 2000**

**Step 2**

Substitute the **%** symbol in **10% x 2000****Â **with the fraction **1/100:**

**10 percent of 2000 = ( 10 x 1/100 ) x 2000**

### Step 3

**Rearranging** the **( 10 x 1/100 ) x 2000****:**

**10 percent of 2000 = ( 10 x 2000 ) / 100**

### Step 4

Multiplying **10 with 2000:**

**10 percent of 2000 = ( 20000 ) / 100**

### Step 5

Dividing **20000 by 100:**

**10 percent of 2000 = 200**

Therefore, the **10 percent of 2000****Â ****is equivalent to 200**

We can visualize that **10 percent of 2000**Â is equal to **200** by using the following pie chart.

Figure 1: Pie Chart Showing **10 percent of 2000**

The **pink region** in the graphic above **represents 10 percent of 2000**, or **200 in absolute terms**. The **90 percent of 2000****, or 1800**, is represented by the **yellow area**.

According to its definition, the **percentage scale** is a specific scale where each value of a given quantity is **mapped to a scale from lowest value zero to highest value hundred**.

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