Q: What is the formula to calculate average of percents?

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Percents are used to calculate tax on EVERY store purchase,and to calculate discounts on every "special" or "bargain".If you can't calculate percents, you can't catch mistakes or avoid being cheated.

It is a problem where you need to calculate percents.

speed=distance/time

To calculate the weighted average cost of capital is explained in the following formula. You have to get the average of the cost of the sources of finances. Which is the offset by the interest rates the company has to pay.

(Average Accounts Receivable) / (Sales X 360 days)

for a season the number of at bats divided by the number of hits

Formula for calculating average Contribution margin Average contribution margin = total contribution margin / total number of units

you find the formula... then you calculate it. Its that simple.

The formula to calculate average sales per hours is P/T. P is the total number of products sold and T is the amount of time it took to sale the products. For example, 100 items told in fives hours has an average sales per of 20.

Maximum Random Error is often calculated by subtracting the average from the data point farthest from the average.

the formula to calculate speed is s=d/t.

You would have a very tough time, because that isn't the formula to calculate work. (distance) divided by (time) is the formula to calculate speed. The formula to calculate work is: (force) multiplied by (distance).

Because it's easier for the person doing the shopping to calculate their taxes or discounts.

Pick a cell in which to enter your formula Type: =average( then highlight the cells you wish to average. Press enter.

COI = Average required cubic storage footage / average numbers of orders

You can use the AVERAGE function.In the cell where you want the average to appear, enter the formula [ =AVERAGE(R1:R200) ]or whatever range contains the numbers you want averaged.

20 percents

No one invented percents.

Increase the exponent by 2.For example,3.45*10-6 = 3.45*10-4 %

I imagine its purpose is to calculate the average of the values A12 and A20. e.g. if A12 = 10 and A20 = 20 the outcome of that formula would then be (10+20)/2 = 15

To calculate average speed, you measure how long it takes(T) to get from point A to point B. Then you use the formula below: speed = (B - A)/T

the formula of calculating account receivable turnover = Net Sales/ average gross receivable

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I'm not sure what you mean by percents, but I do know how to determine percentages: How to calculate percentage of a number. Use the percentage formula: P% * X = Y Convert the problem to an equation using the percentage formula: P% * X = Y. P is 10%, X is 150, so the equation is 10% * 150 = Y. Convert 10% to a decimal by removing the percent sign and dividing by 100: 10/100 = 0.10. I hope this helps you and others.

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