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How to Calculate Percentage

Percentage %

How to calculate percentage: It is also called as "per hundred". The symbol is %. It is very easy if we know the basic formula. By using this equation we can find out any term. So let us discuss some of the examples to know it better.

  1. Suppose we have 25% , so the formula is 25/100 = 25%
  2. For 30% , the formula is 30/100=30%
  3. If we want to find the percentage of any given term, lets say 120 so, its 10% is 12*10/100=12, similarly its 20% is 120*20/100=24 and so on.....

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How to find 20 percent of a number ?

Let us see how to find 20 percent of a number. Some information or method showing how to calculate 20 percent of a number are follows:

In order to calculate 20 percent of number you need to follow two simple steps.

Step 1: Divide number by 10 for example if number is 100 then you have to divide 100/10 so answer is 10

Step 2: Multiply answer with 2, so in this case we have answer 10 so 10x2= 20

So 20 percent of 100 is 20

Example 2: What is 20 percent of 22

Answer 22/10= 2.2 now you have to multiply 2.2 with 2 so 2.2x2=4.4 

How to find 10 percent of a number ?

Let us see how to find 10 percent of a number. Some information or method explaining how to calculate percent of number are as follows.

In order to find 10 percent of any number you need to divide number by 10. For example 10 percent of 100 = 100/10 =10

Example 2 : 10 percent of 200 = 200/10 which means 20

Example 3: 10 pecent of 333 = 333/10  and the answer is 33.3

This is very simple , you just need to divide the number by 10 .

How to find 40 percent of a number ?

Calculate and Find 40 percent of a number :

  1. Select any two or three digit number.
  2. Now multiply the number by 4.
  3. Third step is to shift the decimal point one place to the left side.

Example 1 

  1. Let us select two digit number, it is 32.
  2. Now multiply number 32 by 4, so 32x4=128
  3. Now shift the decimal point one place to the left so 12.8
  4. Hence 40 % of 32 is 12.8

Examples of Critical Supply Chain and Logistics Processes for Retailers

Some of the examples of critical supply chain and logistics processes for retailers are as follows. So let us find out some information on SCM to know more about it. 

  1. Global trade management
  2. Distributed order management
  3. Reverse Logistics (Returns)
  4. Cross border e-commerce
  5. Same day, last-mile delivery
  6. Multi-echelon inventory optimization

Find out Disadvantages and advantages of Supply Chain Management to know more about it.

Examples of Acids and Bases

Examples of Acids and Bases are as follows , so let us check it out some information on Acids and Bases to know more about it.

Examples of Acids are:

  1. Hydrochloric Acid
  2. Nitric Acid
  3. Sulfuric Acid
  4. Oxalic Acid
  5. Hydrophosphoric Acid
  6. Nitrous Acid
  7. Chloric Acid
  8. Bromic Acid
  9. Fluoric Acid
  10. Chromic Acid etc...........

Examples of Bases are:

Examples of Recycling materials

Some Examples of recycling materials are as follows. So let us check it out some points of recycling to know more about recycling materials.

Material which can be recycled are : Plastic drink bottels, chipboard, newspaper, corrugated cardboard, glass bottels, beverage cans, magazine, plastic, aluminium, paper, glass, trash etc., Find out more on advantages and disadvantages of Recycling.

Example 1: We can reuse plastic bags when we go to supermarket to buy household products.

Examples of Polynomials

Some of the examples of Polynomials are given below so let us check it out one by one to know more about polynomials.

Polynomials consists of Constants (like 2, -30  or 1/2), variables (like x and y) and exponents (like 2 in x2) but only 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 .......etc are allowed

  • 4x
  • x - 4
  • 2 - 4x
  • 5x2 - 8
  • 22x2 + 44y
  • 2x + 4y + 5z
  • 4xy2 + 3x -5

 

 

Advantages and Disadvantages of Mutual Funds

Advantages and Disadvantages of Mutual Funds are as follows, So let us check it out one by one.

Advantages:

The following are the advantages of mutual funds:

1. Easy to Invest

Mutual Fund investment is easy, simple and convenient.It is easy to buy and redeem shares in mutual funds.

2. Managed Professionally

Mutual funds uses professional manager to make various decisions regarding the companies to invest on. The portfolio of stocks/bonds is managed by assigned experts.

LIMS to NCE terms

The List of Abbreviations used in Pharmaceutical Industry

Check out more information of related terms

Again in the seventh chapter of the list of abbreviations used in pharmaceutical industry you will get some of the important terms used daily in pharma industry.

FULL FORM OF QA

Full Form of QA. Someone asked me what is the full form of QA, So let us check it out full form of QA. Along with the other similar term which is used with the given term.

FULL FORM OF QA

What is the full form of QA?

  • Answer:
  • Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance is the term generally used in pharmaceutical or chemical industry . Similarly Quality Control (QC) is the another term which is used in pharma industry.

Definition of polymers

Definition - Polymers are large molecules which are made of repeating units of molecules which are called as monomers.

There are lots of applications of polymers in day to day life.

The term polymer is derived from the greek work , In Greek terminology poly means many and meros means parts.

To form polymers, the monomers are connected to each other with the help of covalent bonds and this process is called polymerization.

Polymers is made up of either same type of monomer or different types of monomers.