For any positive x, y and k, if kx is n% of y, then what percentage must x be of y? A. (n/k)% B. (n + k)% C. (nk)% D. (n – k)% E. (100 × n/k)%

(A) The statement kx is n% of y means that: kx = [n / 100] × y x = y × (n / k / 100)

Therefore x is (n / k)% of y. The correct answer is choice (A). ---------- Hi, there is some ambiguity in your answers. In Math3 Test Q. no. 24, I chose option (A), but you gave answer as (E). Here in Math4 Test Q.no.27 is similar to that question, but here you have given answer as (A), though I chose answer (E). Can you explain this?

Hi, there is some ambiguity in your answers. In Math3 Test Q. no. 24, I chose option (A), but you gave answer as (E). Here in Math4 Test Q.no.27 is similar to that question, but here you have given answer as (A), though I chose answer (E). Can you explain this?

These are two similar but DIFFERENT questions. The have different answers. There is no ambiguity in that. Different questions have different answers.

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