 # 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 our 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.

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.

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