Unless I'm missing something in this question........25% of 40 would be 1/4. 10 is 25% of 40 and 10 is 1/4th of 40.
1/4 = what % of 40?
1/4 divided by 40 = what %?
1/4 = 0.25
0.25 divided by 40 = 0.00625
0.00625 = 0.625% (less than 1%)
what % of 40 =.25
10 = 25% of 40
40 times .25= 10
25% of 40 is 10
So,the answer is 25% because 10 is 1/4 of 40
If I understand correctly you are looking to know what pecentage of 40 is 1/4.
If that's your question then the answer is 0.00625% as that times 100 gives 40.
Hope I answered your question!
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