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  1. ...which would be 70,000/760,000, or reduce it down to 7/76. 7/76 = x/100 to get the percentage . Cross multiply to get 76x = 700 ("Cross multiply" means...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/10/2009

  2. ...the = button 14 more times. example: $1500 at 6% for 16 years would be figured as such; 1 + .06 = 1.06. 1.06 X 1.06 = then hit equal button 14 more ...

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  3. For working out batting percentage , let me put my cordory trousers and pocket protector on! ...

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  4. ... window: select Number tab. In Number tab: select Percentage option then click OK button or visit my blog at excel-tutorial-video.blogspot...

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  5. Weigh 1/4 cup of the wheat. Divide 6g by the weight in grams of 1/4 cup of wheat and multiply by 100. The result will be the percentage of protein in the wheat. ...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/11/2010

  6. ...the exam score]. You will get 31.5. Now calculate the rest of the percentage of the class by taking 100%-35% = 65% of his grade. 65 % of his...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 11/12/2010

  7. ... the second year's sales value, then use the following formula : =((A2-A1)/A1)*100 You will not need to use the Percentage icon on the Formatting Toolbar with the resulting value.

    10 Answers · Computers & Internet · 19/05/2009

  8. ...by the total, which is 6. .37 * 6 = 2.22% Steps • Convert percentage to a decimal of 100. • Multiply the decimal by the total. I know...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/07/2009

  9. The formula for percent error is %Error = 100(Exp - Acc)/Acc...

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  10. You take the % turn it into a decimal, then multiply. 6.5% = .065 x 468 3% = .03 x 343 I don't know how to make that a formula .

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