1. Open the Excel spreadsheet you wish to use. Select the cells that will contain or do contain the percentages, rightclick one of the cells and click "Format Cells. Click the
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I would be inclined to think that at least one person with a
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there is a circular graph that shows sodium in 30.6% chlorine is 55.0% magnesium is 7.7% and sulfur is 3.7%percentge the close ones are calcium which is 1.2% potassium which is 1.1%
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If we imagine both samples are out of 100, we have 99 out of 100 and 85 out of 100. Combining the two samples gives us 99+85 out of 100+100. i.e. 184/200. To convert a fraction to
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