A percent is often indicated by and interchangeable with a decimal. Any percentage can be represented by the parts of one hundred it represents with a decimal. A percentage of 50
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1. Multiply the whole number portion of the percent by the denominator of the fractional part. For example, with 5 1/2 per cent, multiply 5*2 = 10. 2. Add this product to the numerator
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1. Convert 10 percent from a percentage to a decimal by dividing by 100 to get 0.1. 2. Multiply the total cost of the item by 0.1 to calculate the amount of the discount. For example
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1. Determine the trade area capture, or number of clients who are drawn to a certain geographic area to purchase a certain product. Do this by compiling the actual sales of your product
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