There are infinitely many bell curves and you need to have the distribution parameters to find percentages.
We find percentages in shops like on clothes if the item is having a sale and is 10%percent off or in food it has a certain percentage in it.
you would find percentages in cooking sale prices grades
The percentages vary. To find the percentages for a particular fabric, read the label.
Same as without money.
devide it by 3 then times by 100
To find x as a percentage of y, calculate 100*x/y.
He found out that the percentages of adenine and thymine were the same, and the percentages of cytosine and guanine were the same.
Two examples to find the average of percentages: (45% + 34%) / 2 = 39.5 (23% + 26% + 45% + 24%) / 4 = 29.5
take any number and multilpy by 100
Percentages are percentages - simple! The marketing people have not yet come up with "new improved" percentages.