 , 22.06.2019 21:00 nourmaali

# Mike has \$136 to spend at the amusement park. he spends 25%of that money on his ticket into the park. how much does mike have left to spend 102

Step-by-step explanation: He gave 102. The easiest way to solve this is going to your calculator and type 136 - 25% and hit the equal thing 136 divided by 4 = 34
136 - 34 = 102 25% of 136 is 27.85.
Subtract 27.85 - 136.00 = 108.14
Mike has \$108.14 left to spend.
Hope this helps!!! 25% of 136 is what your going to figure out
.25= 25%
of= multiplication
.25 • 136 which equals 34
so mike spent 34 dollars on his ticket First you have to create a proportion which would look like 25/100 =n/136. to find the answer cross multiply the 100n=25*136 which simplified is: 100n=3400. Now you have to divide by 100 to either side:100n/100=3400/100 and that simplified is n=34 and 34 dollars is your answer Hey there,

Question : Mike has \$136 to spend at the amusement park. He spends 25% of that money on his ticket into the park. How much does Mike have left to spend?

100 % = \$136
1% = 136 / 100
= \$1.36
25% = \$1.36 x 25
= \$34
Left = \$136 - \$34
= \$102

Hope this helps :))

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