Solution for 15 is what percent of .60:

15:.60*100 =

(15*100):.60 =

1500:.60 = 2500

Now we have: 15 is what percent of .60 = 2500

Question: 15 is what percent of .60?

Percentage solution with steps:

Step 1: We make the assumption that .60 is 100% since it is our output value.

Step 2: We next represent the value we seek with {x}.

Step 3: From step 1, it follows that {100\%}={.60}.

Step 4: In the same vein, {x\%}={15}.

Step 5: This gives us a pair of simple equations:

{100\%}={.60}(1).

{x\%}={15}(2).

Step 6: By simply dividing equation 1 by equation 2 and taking note of the fact that both the LHS
(left hand side) of both equations have the same unit (%); we have

\frac{100\%}{x\%}=\frac{.60}{15}

Step 7: Taking the inverse (or reciprocal) of both sides yields

\frac{x\%}{100\%}=\frac{15}{.60}

\Rightarrow{x} = {2500\%}

Therefore, {15} is {2500\%} of {.60}.

Solution for .60 is what percent of 15:

.60:15*100 =

(.60*100):15 =

60:15 = 4

Now we have: .60 is what percent of 15 = 4

Question: .60 is what percent of 15?

Percentage solution with steps:

Step 1: We make the assumption that 15 is 100% since it is our output value.

Step 2: We next represent the value we seek with {x}.

Step 3: From step 1, it follows that {100\%}={15}.

Step 4: In the same vein, {x\%}={.60}.

Step 5: This gives us a pair of simple equations:

{100\%}={15}(1).

{x\%}={.60}(2).

Step 6: By simply dividing equation 1 by equation 2 and taking note of the fact that both the LHS
(left hand side) of both equations have the same unit (%); we have

\frac{100\%}{x\%}=\frac{15}{.60}

Step 7: Taking the inverse (or reciprocal) of both sides yields

\frac{x\%}{100\%}=\frac{.60}{15}

\Rightarrow{x} = {4\%}

Therefore, {.60} is {4\%} of {15}.