At company _X_, 30% of the employees are below 25 years of age. Of the remaining employees, 60% are 25–50 years old. If 25% of the employees older than 50 years of age are retiring this year, what percent of the total employees are above 50 years of age and are not retiring this year?

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__Plug In__ 100 for the total number of employees (the invisible variable). Of the total number of employees, 30% of 100 are below 25 years of age (30). Of the 70 that remain, 60% are in the age group 25–50 (42). Of the 28 that remain, 25% are retiring this year, leaving $$28-7=21$$ that are not retiring. The percentage of 21 out of 100 is 21%. (Isn't 100 a magic number with percents?)

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This is the percentage of all employees over 50 years of age.

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7%

14%

21%

28%

35%