Q: How to translate thirty- eight percent of a number to a mathematical symbol?

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Example: Two plus three equals five. 2 + 3 = 5.

There is no known mathematical symbol for zero in the ancient Egyptian number system.

expressed in hundredths, used to expressed a proportion of an amount in hundredths, represented by a symbol percent

The mathematical symbol one can use when finding the square root of a number is y2=a. In other words y is a square number as a result of multiplying the number by itself (y x y)

Because - if you look at it closely % is a variation of the number 100.

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Example: Two plus three equals five. 2 + 3 = 5.

There is no known mathematical symbol for zero in the ancient Egyptian number system.

expressed in hundredths, used to expressed a proportion of an amount in hundredths, represented by a symbol percent

it is any letter or mathematical symbol that represent a number or a set of number

sum? or like a symbol

The mathematical symbol one can use when finding the square root of a number is y2=a. In other words y is a square number as a result of multiplying the number by itself (y x y)

There is no symbol of 85 percent. The percent sign (%) is the symbol used to indicate a percentage. The preceding number is divided by one hundred.

I dont think there is one actually.

Multiply the number by 100 and add a percent symbol.

No.

Because - if you look at it closely % is a variation of the number 100.

The symbol you are referring to is likely the "caret" symbol, which is commonly used to indicate exponentiation in mathematical expressions. It is not a standard mathematical notation for representing the number Pi.