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10 January, 11:14

If 49% of a number is 56 what was the original numeber

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  1. 10 January, 11:32
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    1.42%

    Step-by-step explanation:

    let y be the unknown number

    49% * y = 49y%

    49y% = 56

    then the co-efficient of 'y' that is 49% will cancel out leaving 'y' and resulting in 56:49 resulting in 1.42

    therefore the original number is 1.42
  2. 10 January, 13:03
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    142.85 (rounded off to two decimal places)

    Step-by-step explanation:

    given

    (49/100) x = 56

    x = (56/49) 100

    x = (8/7) (100)

    we get

    x = 142.85 ...
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