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Jun 23, 2014 | Computers & Internet

The difference between $28.85 and $29.42 is $0.57. For percentages, see my answer to your other question.

For the $1.03 raise, that depends on what your wages were before the raise. If you were receiving $1.03 then a $1.03 raise is a 100% raise. If you were receiving $10.30 then a $1.03 raise is a 10% raise. If you were receiving $103.00 then a $1.03 raise is a 1% raise.

For the $1.03 raise, that depends on what your wages were before the raise. If you were receiving $1.03 then a $1.03 raise is a 100% raise. If you were receiving $10.30 then a $1.03 raise is a 10% raise. If you were receiving $103.00 then a $1.03 raise is a 1% raise.

Apr 23, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The concept of "percentage difference" depends upon what you use as your comparator, or the "base" amount.

Suppose the 8.50 value is entered in cell B3 and 4.80 is entered in cell C3.

To compute what percentage you'd save (off the higher price) if you buy from the cheaper supplier, you could enter into cell D3 a formula like: =(B3-C3)/B3

This would result in a numeric value of 0.435294, meaning you'd save about 43.53% off the higher price. In this case, your "base" amount is $8.50.

Alternatively, if you used the lower price as the "base", then you could use a formula like: =B3/C3

This would result in a numeric value of 1.770833, meaning the higher price is 177.08% of the lower price, so it costs about 77% more.

HTH!

Suppose the 8.50 value is entered in cell B3 and 4.80 is entered in cell C3.

To compute what percentage you'd save (off the higher price) if you buy from the cheaper supplier, you could enter into cell D3 a formula like: =(B3-C3)/B3

This would result in a numeric value of 0.435294, meaning you'd save about 43.53% off the higher price. In this case, your "base" amount is $8.50.

Alternatively, if you used the lower price as the "base", then you could use a formula like: =B3/C3

This would result in a numeric value of 1.770833, meaning the higher price is 177.08% of the lower price, so it costs about 77% more.

HTH!

Feb 03, 2014 | Avanquest Spreadsheet Professional Full...

There's no set percentage to what the difference is between brake and wheel horsepower. It all depends on the specific car and components and engine. Some cars have a huge percentage of horsepower lost while some have minimal loss.

Aug 10, 2011 | 1995 Toyota Tacoma

I don't see any numbers in your question, so let's assume the number of inches in the first year is x and the number of inches in the second year is y. The percentage change is the difference between the number of inches in the second year and the number of inches in the first year, divided by the total number of inches in the first year. This number (which is a fraction) needs to be expressed as a percentage. Algebraically:

y-x is the difference between year 2 and year 1 (can be positive or negative)

x is the total number of inches in year 1

so:

(y-x)/x is the change fraction

(y-x)/x * 100 is the change percentage.

For example, if x = 50 and y = 40 then:

(40-50)/50 * 100 = (-10)/50 * 100 = (-.2) * 100 = -20% = a 20% reduction in snowfall in yr 2 over yr 1.

y-x is the difference between year 2 and year 1 (can be positive or negative)

x is the total number of inches in year 1

so:

(y-x)/x is the change fraction

(y-x)/x * 100 is the change percentage.

For example, if x = 50 and y = 40 then:

(40-50)/50 * 100 = (-10)/50 * 100 = (-.2) * 100 = -20% = a 20% reduction in snowfall in yr 2 over yr 1.

Feb 09, 2011 | The Learning Company Middle School...

working with repeated formula'sthe computer will do the work for you

Dec 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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

Most saws and other 2 cycle engines use 40:1 ratio gas:oil.

I would not expect yours to be different, unless it is an older saw made before 1980.

I would not expect yours to be different, unless it is an older saw made before 1980.

Apr 19, 2009 | Homelite ZR10926 16" Chain Saw

Hi nastyguy3000;

To calculate a percentage in excel you simply take

amount/total = percentage in your cell

Example A B Purchase price Sales tax (in decimal form) 800 0.089 Formula Description (Result) =A2*B2 Multiplies 800 by 0.089 to find the amount of sales tax to pay ($71.20)

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To calculate a percentage in excel you simply take

amount/total = percentage in your cell

Example A B Purchase price Sales tax (in decimal form) 800 0.089 Formula Description (Result) =A2*B2 Multiplies 800 by 0.089 to find the amount of sales tax to pay ($71.20)

Have Fun

Mark

Don't forget to leave a rating.

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

they call it hardware malfunction. try removing all batteries in it and wait for 30 seconds before reinserting the batteries. If the same problem still exist, the unit is permanently damaged.

Aug 23, 2007 | Casio MS-80TV Scientific Calculator

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