The laws of thermodynamics imply that there will always be some loss of efficiency.
The answer is 42.5 %. To get the answer, you divide 35 by 61, which gives you just over 0.57. You then subtract that number from 1.0, which gives the answer of 42.5 percent. You can check this method on your calculator by putting in 61 minus 42.5 percent, which will give you 35.08, which is rounded down to 35. Practice this with other numbers, and you will understand it better.
You calculate loss the same as you would do profit income minus expenses (outgoings) = profit/loss If the answer is negative then you are making a loss, if the answer is positive then you are making a profit.
No. The loss would normally be compounded so it would amount to 71.8%
Water loss of 1-5 percent is not fatal.
VCR and TV bought equals Rs8000 loss of 4 percent in VCR but profit of 8 percent in TV find gain or loss in the whole transaction?
Loss of 1269.84!
If there is a 3db loss that means 50 percent of the light were lost.
Debit fixed assetsdebit loss on purchaseCredit cash / bank
percent loss = [(240-222)/240] x 100% = 7.5%
No. But an uninsured vehicle loss can be.