# What is 40 percent of 25 + Solution With Free Steps

**40 percent of 25 is equal to 10. To get 10 as your answer, simply multiply the fraction 0.40 by the number 25.Â **

The above calculation of **40 percent of 25** might be seen as a valuable real-life example, let’s say, you wish to rent a bike for **25 dollars** from a bike rent store. In order to avail your motorcycle, you must pay **40%** of the total amount. Now if you already know thatÂ **40 percent of 25** is equal to** 10,** you can quickly get the bike without waiting for even a second more. Thus, just like this, we can resolve similar scenarios where it requires **proportion** and **ratios.**

Besides this, you might face a similar situation and in order to obtain a good view of this problem, we will explain the whole solution of the problem in very detailed steps in this article.

**What Is 40 percent of 25?**

**The 40 percent of 25 is equal to the number 10. To get 10 as your best answer, simply multiply the obtained fraction 0.40 by the number 25.**

To further explain this, the final answer will come out to be **10** if you take the fraction **40/100** and multiply it by **25.**

**How To Calculate 40% of 25?**

To calculate the **40% of 25**, a detailed section of steps is given below:

**Step 1**

At first, we will represent **40 percent of 25** in terms of **multiplication** as:

40 percent of 25 =** 40% x 25**

**Step 2**

As we know the **percentage sign %** can be written as **1/100**. Thus, using it inÂ the above equation:

40 percent of 25** = (40/100) x 25**

**Step 3**

**Rearranging** the above equation gives:

40 percent of 25** = (40 x 25) / 100**

**Step 4**

Here, **10** is taken as a common number, and thus canceled out in the fraction:

40 percent of 25** = (4 x 25) / 10**

**Step 5**

Multiplying **4 **by **25 **and then dividing it by **10 **gives:

40 percent of 25** = 10**

**ThereforeÂ ****40 percent of 25 ****is equal to 10.**

The following pie chart displays **40 percent of 25.**

The above Pie Chart consists of two portions, the **orange portion **has an area of **40% **of **25.** Whereas the complete circle has an area of **25**, out of which **40 **percent was to be determined. As per our calculations, this portion has an area of **10****.** The **green portion **in the Pie Chart is equal to the remaining portion of **25 **which is** 60%** equal to** 15** as** 25 â€“ 10 = 15.**

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