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Q: How do you find percentages in whole numbers?

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you divide the number that is the percentage out of the whole. For example 7 is what percentage of 14? You divide 7/14 = .5 or 50%

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Yes. Excel can display numbers as percentages. Do you have a question?

The whole numbers include the counting numbers, plus zero.

With difficulty because integers are whole numbers and percentages are fractions of a 100 as for example 10% is 1/10 of a 100

Factors are whole numbers that will divide into other whole numbers leaving no remainders

A board is 24 in long find all the whole numbers into lengths into which it can be divided.

You round to the nearest whole number.

Fractions and percentages show the parts of the whole.

Factors are used with whole numbers, not decimals.

You don't. LCM and GCF (HCF) refer to whole numbers. You can find the LCM of two whole numbers that happen to be denominators, but in that case we call it the LCD. You can find the GCF of two whole numbers that happen to be the numerator and denominator of a fraction, and that will let you know whether the fraction can be simplified.

Percentages are numbers

Because percentages can be expressed as fractions which are rational numbers

Frequancy Tables only use whole numbers while relative frequency tables use exact percentages or decimals.

Yes, they are.

Well one good thing that percentages do is they condense numbers so you can compare then more easily.

both signify a part of a whole. percentages are based on 100 being 1 so 100% is 1 whole thing. 1 whole thing with decimals is 1.00. You can change from decimals to percentages by moving the decimal 2 places to the right and percentages to decimals by moving the decimal 2 places to the left.

Consecutive whole numbers are very easy to find, or to generate whenever you want to. Just count! Any group of numbers you say, without skipping any, are consecutive whole numbers. Like "1 and 2", or "6, 7, and 8". It's a little bit harder to find consecutive whole numbers that fit some kind of description that somebody gives you. But that's easy to learn with practice.

They are all real numbers. All fractions can be expressed as percentages but not all percentages can be represented as fractions.

There are infinitely many bell curves and you need to have the distribution parameters to find percentages.

If you mean two consecutive even whole numbers then they are 140 and 142

You multiply by 100.You multiply by 100.You multiply by 100.You multiply by 100.

Find two consecutive whole number that 104 lies

12 and 13

Remove the percentage sign and divide by 100. In decimal form, it means simply move the decimal point two spaces to the left.