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09/02/2018

Version actuelle par : jayeff , 09/02/2018

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 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (percent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 75% (3 x 100 / 4=75). As the denominator value of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than any of the other amounts stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01 so 100% of unknown value = unknown value As the denominator value of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than any of the other amounts stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01 so 100% of unknown value = unknown value

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09/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 09/02/2018

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 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (percent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 75% (3 x 100 / 4=75). As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than any of the other amountamounts stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01 so 100% of unknown value = unknown value As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than any of the other amountamounts stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01 so 100% of unknown value = unknown value

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09/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 09/02/2018

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 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per centpercent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 75% (3 x 100 / 4=75). 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per centpercent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 75% (3 x 100 / 4=75). As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than any of the other amount stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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09/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 09/02/2018

Texte:

 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per cent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 75% (3 x 100 / 4=75). As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amountany of the other amount stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01 As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amountany of the other amount stated, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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09/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 09/02/2018

Texte:

 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per cent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 375% (3 x 100 / 4 = 75%4=75). 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per cent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 375% (3 x 100 / 4 = 75%4=75). As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amount, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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08/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 08/02/2018

Texte:

 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per cent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 3 x 100 / 4 = 75%. 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % (per cent or per 100) is used to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 3 x 100 / 4 = 75%. As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amount, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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08/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 08/02/2018

Texte:

 Hi , .001 =1/1000 .001 =1/1000 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % is an amountused to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 3 x 100 / 4 = 75%. 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % is an amountused to denote a part of a total amount expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 3 x 100 / 4 = 75%. As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amount, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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08/02/2018

Modifié par : jayeff , 08/02/2018

Texte:

 Hi , .001 .01 = 1/100 1.1 10 100 =10000/100 100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % is an amount of a total expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g 3/4 expressed as a % = 3 x 100 / 4 = 75%. As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amount, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01 As the denominator of the 100% in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amount, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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08/02/2018

Message d'origine par : jayeff , 08/02/2018

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Hi ,

.001

.01 = 1/100

1.1

10

100 =10000/100

100% I believe does not belong in the sequence because % is an amount of a total expressed as a fraction of 100, e.g  3/4 expressed as a % = 3 x 100 / 4 = 75%.

As the denominator in your question is unknown we don't know whether 100% is greater or less than another amount, e.g. 100% of 1 =1, 100% of 50 = 50 and 100% of .01 =.01

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