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# What Is 30 Percent of 150 + Solution With Free Steps

**45 is the result achieved when 30 percent of 150 is taken. To get 45 as result, 150 is multiplied by 0.45.Â **

These types of problems are very useful when applied to real-life scenarios. For example, you want to take all your friends to the amusement park for your graduation party. However, the per person ticket is **Rs. 150** which adds up to be too much for you to afford. One day you see in the newspaper that the park has announced a **30 percent discount** on the ticket. **30Â percent of 150 is 45**. This means that the ticket is now available at **Rs. 45** and is under budget for the party. This method is highly efficient in solving daily life problems.

This method can be applied in many real-life situations. A step-by-step solution is also given below for a detailed understanding of percentage calculations.

## What Is 30 Percent of 150?

**30 percent of 150 equals 45. This result is obtained by dividing 30 by 100 and then multiplying the answer by 150.**

The same result can be obtained by multiplying **150 directly by the fraction 0.30.**

## How To Calculate 30 Percent of 150?

The 30 percent of 150 can be calculated by solving according to the following steps:

### Step 1:

30 percent of 150 is mathematically expressed as:

**30 percent of 150 = 30% Ã— 150**

### Step 2

Change the percentage sign into the fraction 1/100:

**30 percent of 150 = 30/100 Ã— 150**

### Step 3

Rearranging the equation:

**30 percent of 150 = 30/100 Ã— 150**

### Step 4

By multiplying 30 by 150, you get:

**30 percent of 150 = 30Ã— 150/100**

The equation becomes:

**30 percent of 150 = 4500/100**

### Step 5

After dividing 4500 by 100, the solution becomes:

**30 percent of 150 = 45**

Hence, the answer is **45**.

### Step 6

Several other percentage problems can also be solved by the same method.

The 30 percent of 150 can be represented using a pie chart as shown below:

Figure 1: Pie chart of 30% of 150

The pie chart shows the percentage in sections of different colors. The **orange color represents 30 percent of 150** while the **green region represents the remaining 70 percent which is 105.**

The percentage is used to represent a portion of the whole and helps draw a comparison between different quantities.

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