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If x > 0, x/50 + x/25 is what percent of x?

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If x > 0, x/50 + x/25 is what percent of x?

A. 6%
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C. 37 1/2%
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Just plug and chug. Since the question asks for percents, pick 100. (but any number will do.)

100/50 + 100/25= 2+4 =6

6 is 6% of 100.
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a direct approach is also not bad

(3X/50)(100/X)=6
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