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**What is 5 percent of 1000 + Solution With Free Steps**

**5% of 1000 is equal to 50. We can compute the answer by multiplying the number 1000 by the factor 0.05.Â **

The **5 percent of 1000** calculation has a variety of** applications**. Consider a scenario where your school is organizing a **field trip** to a theatre, but only the top **5 percent** of students from each **batch of 1000** students will be invited due to a scarcity of seats in the theatre hall. You’ll automatically guess that just **50 children out of 1000** will attend the field trip once you realize that **5 percent of 1000 is equal to 50.**

Calculating the percentage value, or **5 percent value, of 1000** is the purpose of this article.

**What Is 5 percent of 1000?**

**The number 50 is equivalent to 5 percent of 1000. The factor 0.05 multiplied by 1000 will get this answer.**

The solution to the question **5 percent of 1000** can be found by multiplying the fractional value **5/100** by the number **1000**. This answer may then be further reduced to produce the result, which is 48. These **straightforward mathematical processes** can be used to calculate percentage values.

**How To Calculate 5 percent of 1000****?**

By using the** simple arithmetic techniques** shown below, we can determine **5 percent of 1000**:

**Step 1**

Writing **5 percent of 1000****Â **in mathematical form:

**5 percent of 1000 = 5 x 1000**

**Step 2**

Substitute the **%** symbol in **5Â x 1000 **with the fraction **1/100:**

**5 percent of 1000 = ( 5 x 1/100 ) x 1000**

### Step 3

**Rearranging** the above equation **( 5 x 1/100 ) x 1000 **gives us:

**5 percent of 1000 = ( 5 x 1000 ) / 100**

### Step 4

Multiplying** 5 with 1000:**

**5 percent of 1000 = ( 5000 ) / 100**

### Step 5

Dividing **5000 by 100:**

**5 percent of 1000 = 50**

Therefore, **5 percent of 1000 ****is equivalent to 50**

We can visualize that **5 percent of 1000** is equal to 50 by using the following pie chart.

Figure 1: Pie Chart of **5 percent of 1000**

Two slices are shown in the pie chart above. The** cyan slice** of the pie chart represents the **5 percent of 1000**, which is equal to the **value of 50**Â on an absolute scale. The **purple slice** of the pie chart represents the remaining **95 percent of 1000**, which is **equal to 950** on an absolute scale. The surface area of the pie chart is **100 percent of 1000**.

According to the **percentage method**, we must identify a representation of a given unique number that can be** divided into 100 fractions**. A percentage is just the ratio of two numbers.

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