1. Define what you want your percentage to represent. For example, you may want to find out how many people responded their favorite color is blue in a survey. 2. Count the number
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if u get 3. 30 questions rite and you get 50 wrong u take the top numer times the bottem number to get your percentage. thirty is the top number and 50 is the bottem number.
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Equation for Percentages:part/whole equals percentage/100.Example: 36
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There is something called a Victimization Survey where they phone people and ask if they've been a victim of a certain crime in the past 6 months, year, etc. These numbers are higher
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