There are infinitely many bell curves and you need to have the distribution parameters to find percentages.
you would find percentages in cooking sale prices grades
Same as without money.
The percentages vary. To find the percentages for a particular fabric, read the label.
Multiply by 100. 0.37 = 37%
devide it by 3 then times by 100
To find x as a percentage of y, calculate 100*x/y.
Two examples to find the average of percentages: (45% + 34%) / 2 = 39.5 (23% + 26% + 45% + 24%) / 4 = 29.5
He found out that the percentages of adenine and thymine were the same, and the percentages of cytosine and guanine were the same.
take any number and multilpy by 100
Percentages are percentages - simple! The marketing people have not yet come up with "new improved" percentages.