 # What Is 60 Percent of 12 + Solution With Free Steps 60 percent of 12 is 7.2. To obtain this answer, we multiply 0.60 by 12.

We can analyze this problem in the context of a practical example. Let us consider, for example, that Tania buy grocery from a mart, and the sugar price is 12 dollars per 5 kilograms. Mart offers a 60 percent of discount on buying another bag of sugar. Tania wants to make an estimate of the discount price by calculating 60 percent of 12. She multiplies 0.6 by 12 and gets 7.2 as output. So, she gets a discount of 7.2 dollars. We can also see this scenario in many other practical examples.

## What Is 60 Percent of 12?

60 percent of 12 is 7.2. To calculate this answer, we multiply 0.60 by 12.

By multiplying the fraction 60/100 by the number 12, the same result may also be calculated in another way. This would provide same outcome, which is 7.2—the necessary response.

## How to calculate 15 percent of 100?

Simple mathematical procedures such as multiplication may be used to determine 60 percent of 12. ### Step 1

60 percent of 12 expressed mathematically as:

60 percent of 12 = 60% x 12

### Step 2

Change the % sign to the fraction 1/100 as follows:

60 percent of 12 = ( 60 × 1/100 ) x 12

### Step 3

Rearranging the equation above results in:

60 percent of 12 = ( 60 x 12 ) / 100

### Step 4

Multiplying 60 by 12:

60 percent of 12 = ( 720 ) / 100

### Step 5

Dividing 720 by 100:

60 percent of 12 = 7.2

Therefore, 7.2 is equal to 60 percent of 12.

The following pie chart helps us see the components as a whole. Figure 1: The above pie chart shows 60 percent of 12.

The portion of figure shown in blue above is 60% of 12, which is 7.2. The red region represents the remaining 60 percent of 12, which is equivalent to 4.8.

The definition of a percentage is the normalized value of a given number in relation to its maximum value, where all potential values of the provided number can be mapped into a scale from 0 to 100, with 0 is the smallest value and 100 representing the greatest value.

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