This video will provide you with insight into how to find a number given its percent. In the example provided, you needed to find the number which 33 is 60% of. This was achieved by simply taking the number which is a percentage of another number, in this case 33, and divide it by the percentage, in this case 60%, or 0.6. By carrying out the long division from this step, you will be able to find the original number and solve this seemingly complicated problem with ease.
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