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The World Meteorological Association recorded carbon dioxide levels of 405 ppm in 2017.
This is an increase of 46% since 1817.

Calculate level of carbon dioxide
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(Original post by zarahh09)
The World Meteorological Association recorded carbon dioxide levels of 405 ppm in 2017.
This is an increase of 46% since 1817.

Calculate level of carbon dioxide
Sounds like percentage calculation. The percentage and the whole is given, the part is asked, so:

percentage = (parts * 100) / whole

parts = percentage * whole / 100

That is everything.
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Sounds like percentage calculation. The percentage and the whole is given, the part is asked, so:

percentage = (parts * 100) / whole

parts = percentage * whole / 100

That is everything.
so
46/100=0.46
or
46x100/405=11.35
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(Original post by zarahh09)
so
46/100=0.46
or
46x100/405=11.35
Try to calculate percentage multiply by the whole first and last but not least divide it by 100. Or divide percentage by 100 first and then multiply by the whole.
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