It means that the result of your calculation will be a percentage which may not be a whole number and you need to round to the nearest whole number. Use the normal rounding.
eg 36.4% to the nearest whole percent is 36%
eg 25.74568567% to the nearest whole percent is 26%
eg 10% to the nearest whole percent is 10%
Round your percentage and that should be it.
You calculate the percentage and then round the answer to the nearest whole number.
You find the percentage equivalent and the round the result to the nearest whole number.
0.75 = 75%, which is already rounded to the nearest whole percent.
It is 5%.
0.07 is 7% so there is no need to round.
It is 40% so you do not need to round.
You mean 'does' not 'dose'... It means exactly what it says - round up the number to the next whole. for example - if the number was 23.6... you would simply round it up to 24.
87.5% Round it up to 88%
its something about the tenths place after the decimal