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Q: How do you find the percent equivalent to the nearest whole percent?

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Part = Whole*Percent/100

in 2001,there were about 2,317,000 marriagesin the united states. 1.use a calculater to find the percent of the total number of marriages that occurred each month.round the answers to the nearest whole-number percent in 2001,there were about 2,317,000 marriagesin the united states. 1.use a calculater to find the percent of the total number of marriages that occurred each month.round the answers to the nearest whole-number percent

18.8%

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750% of 900 is 6750. No rounding necessary.

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Part = Whole*Percent/100

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In both cases, the nearest whole number is zero.

in 2001,there were about 2,317,000 marriagesin the united states. 1.use a calculater to find the percent of the total number of marriages that occurred each month.round the answers to the nearest whole-number percent in 2001,there were about 2,317,000 marriagesin the united states. 1.use a calculater to find the percent of the total number of marriages that occurred each month.round the answers to the nearest whole-number percent

You round to the nearest whole number.

18.8%

5.8 when rounded to the nearest whole number is 6 because .8 is greater than .5

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To find the percentage, subtract the part to the whole . Take your answer and divide it into the whole. Then multiply by 100.

Divide the amount given as a percent of a whole by the percent, converted to a decimal by multiplying the percent by 0.01 (exact). The value of the whole will be the quotient. In symbols, when w is the unknown whole, k is a known percent of the whole, and the percent p itself is known, w = k/(0.01)p or 100 (k/p).

Multiply any number by 100 to find its equivalent in percent.

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