1. Type the amount in a cell. For example, a student received a score of 48 out of 60 on a test and wants to find his percentage. The student would type 48 in cell A1. 2. Type the
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If you want to find the percentage of increase between A1 and A2, enter the original number in A1 and the larger number in A2. In cell A3, enter the formula. =A2A1)/A1. This will
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to get 112.50 you must be rounding to the nearest half dollar, since 25% of 149.95 is 112.46. with C6 being the peak rate of 149.95, I put the discount rate in D6 as 25% and in E6
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1. Open the Microsoft Excel program and type the numerator (given amount) into cell A1. 2. Highlight cell B1. 3. In the "fx" box in the toolbar at the top of the screen,
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