1. Identify the quantity of the part and the quantity of the whole. For example, if you wanted to determine what percentage of a company's sales came from a particular employee, the
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Since a percentage is just a way to express a number as a portion of 100, set up an equation. The percentage over 100 needs to equal the increase over the original number. Let's say
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You can use any of the above steps, or if you need to just find the nth value from the top in an array, you use the LARGE function (=LARGE(array,n)) http://www.techonthenet.com/exce
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This the same as asking what is 18 hundredths of 450 so we get 450 x 18/100 = 81 Then you take the answer from 450 gives 450  81 = 369 I am presuming by 'off' that you want to take
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