# Percentages - examples - page 19

- Sales off

shoes cost x euros. First they are discounted by 50%, and then 25% of the new amount. Determine what percentage of the total cost is cheaper. - Two aces

From a 32 card box we randomly pick 1 card and then 2 more cards. What is the probability that last two drawn cards are aces? - Raspberries

Dano had 20 raspberries. John had 90% more raspberries than Dano. Determine how many raspberries have Dano and Juraj together. - Unknown number x

5% from an unknown number equals the number 2^{6}. What is the unknown number? - Kerosine and petrol

if 4 litres of petrol containing 15% kerosine are added to another 7 litres of petrol containing 10% kerosine, what percentage of the petrol is kerosine? - One percent

One percent of all the lights in the city are LED, the remaining 99% are conventional. Other types are not there. John counted them honestly but he had counted only conventional. After a good dinner he registered numbers and he have notice that from all t - Road drop

On a straight stretch of road is marked 12 percent drop. What angle makes the direction of the road with the horizontal plane? - Socks

One pair of socks worth CZK 27. Set of 3 pairs of these socks are sold with 10% discount. How many we will pay CZK for two offered sets of socks? - Efficiency

What is the power output of kettle 2 kW with efficiency 90%? - Volume increase

How many percent will increase in the pool 50 m, width 15m if the level rises from 1m to 150cm? - Price increase

A 20 percent price increase meant a 90-crown raise. How many cost a product after? - Cargo

Car with cargo weight 7610 kg. Weight of car is 23% of the total weight of car and cargo. How heavy is cargo? - Price increase 2x

If two consecutive times we increase the price of the product by 20%, how many % is higher final price than the original? - Red balls

In the bag there are 3 red, 12 blue and 8 green balls. How many red balls we must be attached to the bag if we want the probability of pulling out the red balls was 20%? - Raw meat

In the school cafeteria for one lunch, they prepare 490 servings of 50 g of boiled meat. Meat loses 30% of its weight by cooking. How many kilograms of raw meat must the school canteen prepare for this lunch to cook? - Drying apples

By drying, apples lose 85% of their weight. How many kgs of dried apples do we get from 820 kilograms of fresh? - Weightlifter

Weightlifter lifted 75% of its weight. Determine how much weight lifted when he weighs 132 kg. - Cancer

Of the 80 people 50 people ill cancer. What percentage of people isn't ill? - Shots

Determine the percentage rate of keeper interventions if from 32 shots doesn't caught four shots. - Frameworks is bad

Calculate how many percent will increase the length of an HTML document, if any ASCII character unnecessarily encoded as hexadecimal HTML entity composed of six characters (ampersand, grid #, x, two hex digits and the semicolon). Ie. space as:  

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