365 days a year. 123 days is what percent of 365 days

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depends on how often you pay off principle and how much dollars.

and how often you are charged interest.

fv=pv*(1+interest rate)^n n being the term of interest

so lets assume you pay zero off it and interest is calculated daily

fv=6300*(1+0.015/365)^365

interest = fv - pv

= 95.21 for one year without repayment

if you were to pay approx 25.15 a week you would pay this loan in 5 years time and pay approx $240 in total interest over five years

EXCLUDING future interest rate increases over the five years and excluding bank fees like account fees or account manage fee or setup a loan fee.

You could create a spreadsheet each day and calculate the interest as annual interest / 365 for the daily calculation

Then add the account fee onto the balance calc + any set up fee onto the start balance. by using =a$5 for the repayment on all rows as an example you can copy it down and the cell number will always be a$5

this way you can alter a5 and the repayment alters all the way down each week row.

or just download a template for excel

https://templates.office.com/en-us/Loan-amortization-schedule-TM10073881

and how often you are charged interest.

fv=pv*(1+interest rate)^n n being the term of interest

so lets assume you pay zero off it and interest is calculated daily

fv=6300*(1+0.015/365)^365

interest = fv - pv

= 95.21 for one year without repayment

if you were to pay approx 25.15 a week you would pay this loan in 5 years time and pay approx $240 in total interest over five years

EXCLUDING future interest rate increases over the five years and excluding bank fees like account fees or account manage fee or setup a loan fee.

You could create a spreadsheet each day and calculate the interest as annual interest / 365 for the daily calculation

Then add the account fee onto the balance calc + any set up fee onto the start balance. by using =a$5 for the repayment on all rows as an example you can copy it down and the cell number will always be a$5

this way you can alter a5 and the repayment alters all the way down each week row.

or just download a template for excel

https://templates.office.com/en-us/Loan-amortization-schedule-TM10073881

Jan 19, 2018 | Computers & Internet

Not all calculators have a percentage key. I think of percent as per cent, or per 100. You can always multiply by 100 to get the percentage.

For example, 0.23 as a percent would be 0.23 x 100 or 23%.

Good luck.

Paul

For example, 0.23 as a percent would be 0.23 x 100 or 23%.

Good luck.

Paul

Apr 22, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

38.896366%

Mar 13, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Use this http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/percent-to-fraction-calculator.php

**OR** to work it out yourself.....#

### How to convert percent to fraction

1% = 1/100

So in order to convert percent to fraction, divide the percent by 100% and reduce the fraction.

For example 56% is equal to 56/100 with gcd=4 is equal to 14/25:

56% = 56/100 = 14/25

- Divide the percent by 100 to get decimal number.
- Count the number of digits (d) to the right of the decimal point of the decimal number.Example: 2.56 has 2 digits to the right of the decimal point, so d=2.
- Calculate the factor (f) for making the decimal number an integer:
*f*= 10*to power d*

Example:

*f*= 10 power 2 = 100

- Multiply and divide the decimal number x by the factor f:
*x***f*/*f*=*y*/*f*

Example:

2.56 * 100 / 100 = 256 / 100

- Find the greatest common divisor (gcd) of the fraction.
Example:

gcd(256,100) = 4

- Reduce the fraction by dividing the numerator and denominator by the gcd value:
Example:

256 / 100 = (256/4) / (100/4) = 64/25

1% = 1/100

So in order to convert percent to fraction, divide the percent by 100% and reduce the fraction.

For example 56% is equal to 56/100 with gcd=4 is equal to 14/25:

56% = 56/100 = 14/25

Sep 07, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Omron:

https://www.ia.omron.com/support/

http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/h5cx_sell-sheet-wiring.pdf

I believe you have 230Volt 50 Hz electric power.

Omron is rated 50-60 hz

US timers are rated 60 Hz.

Maximum load on Omron timer is 5amp at 230 volt

Timer should be connected to 2-pole contactor (relay) instead of directly connected to pump.

http://waterheatertimer.org/images/contactor-drawing.gif

Does Amazon sell percentage cycle timer in your country?

A cycle timer makes one full revolution each hour, or 4-hours, or 12 hours. Then percentage is set for 8% for 1 hour cycle.

Contact Intermatic and ask if they have 50 cycle percentage cycle timer, or ordinary cycle timer in 50 Hz.

https://www.ia.omron.com/support/

http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/h5cx_sell-sheet-wiring.pdf

I believe you have 230Volt 50 Hz electric power.

Omron is rated 50-60 hz

US timers are rated 60 Hz.

Maximum load on Omron timer is 5amp at 230 volt

Timer should be connected to 2-pole contactor (relay) instead of directly connected to pump.

http://waterheatertimer.org/images/contactor-drawing.gif

Does Amazon sell percentage cycle timer in your country?

A cycle timer makes one full revolution each hour, or 4-hours, or 12 hours. Then percentage is set for 8% for 1 hour cycle.

Contact Intermatic and ask if they have 50 cycle percentage cycle timer, or ordinary cycle timer in 50 Hz.

Nov 22, 2012 | Omron H5CX A AC100-240 Multifunction...

Divide 970 by 365 to get 2.657 which is 2 years and some.

Calculate 970-2x365=240 days.

Divide 240 by 30 days to get 8 months.

Total is about 24+8=32 months.

You can also calculate the average length of a month as 365/12=30.416666666

Then calculate 970/(365/12)=970x12/365=31.89041096 or about 32 months. Or 31 months and 27 days.

Calculate 970-2x365=240 days.

Divide 240 by 30 days to get 8 months.

Total is about 24+8=32 months.

You can also calculate the average length of a month as 365/12=30.416666666

Then calculate 970/(365/12)=970x12/365=31.89041096 or about 32 months. Or 31 months and 27 days.

May 30, 2011 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

A percentage increase from a value a to a value b is defined as

Percent increase=(b-a)/a*100 percent.

In your case it is (200-70)/70=1.857. Multiply this number by 100 and append the percent symbol. Thus increase=185.7 percent or about 186 percent.

Percent increase=(b-a)/a*100 percent.

In your case it is (200-70)/70=1.857. Multiply this number by 100 and append the percent symbol. Thus increase=185.7 percent or about 186 percent.

May 05, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Sorry to say, soweeto54, but that question you've posted does not make much sense. It can be interpreted in three different ways, neither of which can be gleamed with much confidence. Yet I will still offer you three valid answers for your TI-83,

"The percent of 140 from 762.9 =". The troublesome part is the "from". Percents questions should be written in terms of "is" and "of".

TWO INTERPRETATIONS.

RESPONSE 1. The question could be read as "what percent of 762.9 is 140?". To do this on your calculator you simply do 140 divided by 762.9. From there, you simply move the decimal point two digits to the right to convert it into an equivalent percentage. So, that should be [1][4][0] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=] on your TI83. This was an example of a "percent of" question.

RESPONSE 2. The question could be read as "what percent of 140 is 762.9?" To have your TI83 calculate this you simply do 762.9 divided by 140. Of course, you will then need to move the decimal over two spots to the right in order to turn it into an equivalent percentage. Yes, it probably is strange to think of a number being more than 100 percent of another but it is a valid statement which occurs in the real world every single day. Nonetheless, for your TI83 you just press [7][6][2][.][9] [/] [1][4][0] [=]. This was another example of a "percent of" question. In fact, this is just the decimal reciprocal of the previous answer.

RESPONSE 3. The question could also be read as "140 from 762.9 will leave me with what percentage?" IE, 762.9 minus 140 will yield a number which is "x" percent of the original. Here, you would just do 762.9 minus 140, then you would take that answer and divide it by 762.9. From there, you'd do the old usual and move the decimal over two spots to the right for a percentage result. So, for your TI83 you'd do [(] [7][6][2][.][9] [-] [1][4][0] [)] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=]. Viola. This was an example of a "percent change" question. In fact, this is just the complement to response number one.

"The percent of 140 from 762.9 =". The troublesome part is the "from". Percents questions should be written in terms of "is" and "of".

TWO INTERPRETATIONS.

RESPONSE 1. The question could be read as "what percent of 762.9 is 140?". To do this on your calculator you simply do 140 divided by 762.9. From there, you simply move the decimal point two digits to the right to convert it into an equivalent percentage. So, that should be [1][4][0] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=] on your TI83. This was an example of a "percent of" question.

RESPONSE 2. The question could be read as "what percent of 140 is 762.9?" To have your TI83 calculate this you simply do 762.9 divided by 140. Of course, you will then need to move the decimal over two spots to the right in order to turn it into an equivalent percentage. Yes, it probably is strange to think of a number being more than 100 percent of another but it is a valid statement which occurs in the real world every single day. Nonetheless, for your TI83 you just press [7][6][2][.][9] [/] [1][4][0] [=]. This was another example of a "percent of" question. In fact, this is just the decimal reciprocal of the previous answer.

RESPONSE 3. The question could also be read as "140 from 762.9 will leave me with what percentage?" IE, 762.9 minus 140 will yield a number which is "x" percent of the original. Here, you would just do 762.9 minus 140, then you would take that answer and divide it by 762.9. From there, you'd do the old usual and move the decimal over two spots to the right for a percentage result. So, for your TI83 you'd do [(] [7][6][2][.][9] [-] [1][4][0] [)] [/] [7][6][2][.][9] [=]. Viola. This was an example of a "percent change" question. In fact, this is just the complement to response number one.

Mar 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

ok. first things first, percent mens, out of 100. you simply replace the percent with fractions. say you have $400. your workers get 20% of the money made each day. 20 out of 100=1/5 of 100.so your workers get 1/5 of the money which is 400 divided by 5 wich equals 80. i hope this helps. if you still have trouble, serch on the internet for the formula for calculating percent.

Aug 05, 2010 | Adler Royal Royal 1228 Calculator

Since I don't use the percent sign. Here is instead a MUCH easier way. Divide the price you bought it for (289) by the original price (648). This gives you the percentage that 289 is with respect to 648 if you just read off the first two decimal places. When you divide one number by another it will tell you how many times they 'fit' for the purpose of explaining it. That is also essentially what a percentage is out of 100 parts. so when you divide one number by another, you will get a decimal answer, just multiply it by 100 (or just take the first two decimals) and that is percent saved (percent different). Note that if the first value is LARGER than the second, you will have a percentage of over 100%.

Apr 23, 2009 | Olympia Office Equipment & Supplies

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