How can you find the percent one number is of another? for example, what percent of 35 is 7?

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How can you find the percent one number is of another? for example, what percent of 35 is 7?

Operating Margin = EBT / Sales * 100

EBT = EBITA –Amortization - Interest

EBT = $1,611 - $0 - $219

EBT = $1,392

Operating Margin = 1,392 / 16,983 * 100

Operating Margin = 8.2%

Debt to Book Capitalization = Debt / Books Capitalization

Books Capitalization = Debt + Equity + Non Current Deferred tax Liabilities

Books Capitalization = $3,167 + $871 + $554

Books Capitalization = $4,592

Debt to Book Capitalization = 3,167 / 4,592

Debt to Book Capitalization = 69.0%

A.

This statement operates under the assumption that whoever is reading it respects and follows the trends set by the majority of people. While this percentage could mean that just a few households (depending on how many were surveyed) actually said that they prefer Glisten toothpaste, the reader is supposed to see 90 percent, and feel that if 90 percent of people are using and liking Glisten, they should try it too.

Applying them to sales and discounts.

Step-by-step explanation:

Solution:

General Mills, Inc., Income statement for year ended May 25, 2003

Particulars Millions $

Revenue $10,506

Less Cost of goods sold - 6,109

Gross profit 4,397

Less operating expenses - 3,480

917

Balance sheet May 25, 2003

Assets Million $ Liabilities Million $

Cash 703 Total Liabilities 13,752

Non cash 17,524 Stockholders' equity 4,475

Total assets 18,227 Total Liabilities & equity 18,227

Statement for cash flows for year ended May 25, 2003

Particulars Million $

Cash from operating activities 1,631

Cash from financing activities - 885

Cash from investing activities - 1,018

Net change in cash -272

Cash, beginning year 975

703

A negative amount for cash from financing activities reflects the reduction of long term debt

Profit margin = ( Net income / Revenue ) * 100

= ( 917 / 10,506 ) * 100

= 8.72%

Asset turnover = Revenue / total assets

= 10,506 / 18, 227

= 0.57

Return on assets =( Net income / Total assets ) * 100

= ( 917 / 18, 227 ) *100

= 5.03%

Return of equity = ( Net income / Total shareholder equity )*100

= ( 917 / 4,475 ) *100

= 20.49%

30% of 630 is 189.

16 is 20% of

⇒ 80.

50% of those who liked orange flavored soda also like lime flavored soda.

Step-by-step explanation:

Let A and B represents the following events.

A : The people like the orange flavored soda.

B : The people like the lime flavored soda.

It is given that 70% of the people surveyed said they like the orange flavored soda.

[tex]P(A)=70\%=0.70[/tex]

35% of the people surveyed said they liked the orange flavored soda AND the lime flavored soda.

[tex]P(A\cap B)=35\%=0.35[/tex]

(1)

Conditional probability : It is the probability of an event or outcome occurring, based on the occurrence of a previous event or outcome.

(2)

If we have two events X and Y, and we need to find the probability of event X as event Y is given then the formula for conditional probability is

[tex]P(\frac{X}{Y})=\frac{P(X\cap Y)}{P(Y)}[/tex]

(3)

We need to find the percent of those who liked orange flavored soda also like lime flavored soda.

[tex]P(\frac{B}{A})=\frac{P(A\cap B)}{P(A)}[/tex]

Substitute P(A)=0.70 and P(A∩B)=0.35 in the above formula.

[tex]P(\frac{B}{A})=\frac{0.35}{0.70}[/tex]

[tex]P(\frac{B}{A})=0.5=50\%[/tex]

Therefore, 50% of those who liked orange flavored soda also like lime flavored soda.

Angelina plans to use steadily decreasing discount.

Explanation:

Steadily decreasing discount refers to the strategy in which a retailer slowly or steadily reduces his/her discounts on a commodity rather than just moving the commodity back to its original price immediately after the sale period ends. This is an effective strategy because it makes the consumers know that the prices are likely to increase in the future and this will prompt them to make purchases today.

Therefore, in the scenario given above, Angelina hopes to make customers purchase her merchandise today by using the steadily decreasing discount strategy.

There is no one specific formula

Step-by-step explanation:

The math to determine a percentage is to divide the numerator (the number on top of the fraction) by the denominator (the number on the bottom of the fraction), then multiply the answer by 100. For example, the fraction 6/12 turns into a decimal like this: 6 divided by 12 (which equals . 5) times 100 equals 50 percent

7 IS WHAT PERCENT OF 35?

Solve: x/100 = 7/35

x = 100(7/35)

x = 100(1/5)

x = 20

7/35 = 20%

Answer

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