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When 1/20% of 4,000 is subtracted from 1/10 of 4,000, the difference

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(1/10)*4000 - (1/20*100)*4000
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1/20 % of 4000 = 2
1/10 of 4000 = 400

400-2 = 398
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In such questions, I believe it is best if we simplify the statements (1/20 % = 1/20 of 1%)

1% of 4000 = 40
1/20 of 40 = 2

so 400 - 2 = 398

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When 1/20% of 4,000 is subtracted from 1/10 of 4,000, the difference is

A. 50
B. 200
C. 380
D. 398
E. 400

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Always remember: Whenever you are given a percentage, simply divide the number by 100
1/20% of 4000 = 4000/(20*100) = 2
1/10 of 4000 = 4000/10 = 400

Therefore difference = 400 - 2 = 398
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The answer is D

\(1/20% of 4000\)
=\((1/20*100)*4000\)=2

\((1/10)of 4000\)=400

400-2 =398

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