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Q: How do you find missing number if the mean is given using percentages?

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Percentages are very common in everyday life. Say, like decimals, there are many many nutrition facts label, using percentages in how much Total fat is in a soup can for example. We also use percentages when we charge interest in banks, when sales-persons charge commission on sales, when there are discounts at stores, when adults get pay raises, there is 15% tipping at restaurants.

They are used to represents percentages, or parts of a whole. For example, if you wanted to survey people in regards to what phone company they used, you would express your data using a circle graph.

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A test using relative errors comparing a frequency table to the expected counts determined using a given probability distribution; the null hypothesis is that the given probability distribution fits the data's distribution.

I guess the expected answer is 97210. Using factorials and exponents very much greater number can be obtained. For example, 97210 is a number with 6880 digits. And that is without using factorials.

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A pie graph is best for using to show percentages.

Since percentages are based on a common denominator of 100, they are easier to add and subtract.

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using mental math to find the missing numbers. make 8 12345 _ _ _ _ 4 what are the missing numbers Make 6 0 _ _ _ 6 _ _ _ what are the missing numbers

If there is no mean it is very rare that you will be able to find a missing number. Potentially if you have other numbers and you have a mode you can deduce the missing number by using the mode (if there needs to be one more of a certain number or a certain number cannot be increased in its count of numbers i.e. you can't have more 6's to maintain the current mode).

Percentages of salt found in seawater is known as salinity. The salinity in water can be measured using a refractometer or a salinity sensor.

Yes, it is possible to do that.

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Halv that given number,Make a square that has that half number as the length of a side.Stretch the string across the diagonal of the square from corner to corner.The length of the string is the square root of the given number

001234557889 is the answer.

For only one set of percentages a pie chart but if more than one then a stacked bar chart.

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