1. Express your percent and total number as an equation. (i.e. If you are looking for 15 percent of 60, write it as x = 15% * 60) 2. Convert your percent in the equation to a decimal
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If you scored 40 in a test where the total mark was 50. The percetnage you achieved would be your mark divided by the total possible ad timesed by a hundred: (40/50) x 100 = 80% So
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It's easier than that. Just take the 300,000 and divide it by 1.2. It's just reversing the original multiplication of 1.00 X 1.20. 1.00 (or 100% X .20 or 20% = 3,000) so similarly
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1. Look on product. Some products have their U.S. patent numbers listed on the packaging, in accompanying literature or on the product itself. This is the easiest way to find a patent
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