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    (Original post by GreekTea)
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    1186/2000 = 0.593

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    Was that so hard?
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    I'm literally so stupid thanks guys haha, totally forgot how to do percentages....I got a B in math ???
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    In future do (100/2000) x 1186.
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    (Original post by GreekTea)
    I'm literally so stupid thanks guys haha, totally forgot how to do percentages....I got a B in math ???
    Thanks a lot this makes me feel more better about results day
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    Thanks a lot this makes me feel more better about results day
    Maths block XD
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    (Original post by GreekTea)
    Maths block XD
    Look - please don't feel you have to excuse your question. Not knowing/remembering how to do this doesn't mean you're stupid or anything - it's just one of those things. That's the point of TSR - to help and support one another.

    Glad you got it sorted
 
 
 
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