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**What Is 100 Percent of 8 + Solution With Free Steps**

**100 percent of 8 is 8. To calculate this answer, we need to multiply one by 8. **

We can relate this problem to o**ur daily life examples.** Suppose you want to buy apples online. Price of **1 kilogram of apples is 8 USD**, but the shop puts delivery charges of 100 percent of the price of the items. You need apples asap, so you have no other way but to pay** 100 percent delivery charges.** You make an estimate of the number of delivery charges in USD. For that, you make a calculation and **multiply one by 8 and get 8 USD** which means that you need to pay extra 8 dollars as delivery charges. These types of percent problems are common in our daily life.

A **percentage** is defined as given part or **amount in each hundredth**. It is a fraction with 100 as the denominator and is represented by the “**%**” symbol.

**What Is 100 Percent of 8?**

**100 percent of 8 is 8. To calculate this answer, we need to multiply 1 by 100.**

**How to calculate 100 percent of 8?**

In this article, we will explain **step-by-step** procedure to find **100 of 8.**

**Step 1**

In the given question, the **output value is 8.** Let us suppose that the unknown value is represented by variable **x**.

**Step 2**

The output value can also be written in the form of an equation as follows.

**8 = 100%**

An unknown value can be written in the form of an equation as follows.

**x = 100%**

**Step 3**

Now we have two equations, divide both equations. we get

**( 8 / x ) = 100% / 100%**

**Step 4**

**Reciprocal **both sides of the equation, we get

**x / 8 = 100% / 100%**

By solving both sides of the equation for unknown variable x.

**x = 1 x 8**

**x = 8**

**Step 5**

**The 100 percent of 8 is 8. The graph below shows the same scenario.**

**Figure 1: The above pie chart shows 100 percent of 8**

The graph above shows **100 percent of 8**, which is the same as 8. So the whole is 8, and the output is also 8, as shown in the **blue area of the graph.**

There are many other ways to solve these type of problems. All the methods will output the same answer.

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