# What is 5% of 4 litres

Question asked by: jenelle

Asked on: 13 Apr 2010

5% of 4 litres is easy to work out.

You divide 4 litres by 100

This gives 0.04 litres

Now multiply by 5

This fives 0.20 litres; so the answer is 0.20 litres or 1/5 of a litre or 200ml.

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Replied at: 18 Apr 2010

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