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Puppies under 6 months should be fed 3 times daily, over 6 months they can be fed twice daily.  It is a good idea to use the same regime and food type as what the breeder or pet store was using.  Over a period of 7 days you can gradually switch over to your preferred … Read more
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If you want to figure out your final grade before it is officially announced, follow the model outline below. It's really simple and doesn't take long to do. Go through it step-by-step, replacing the subject grades used as examples with your grades. Right, so how did you get a 'C' in, let's say, Spanish? Here's … Read more
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Definitions Before attempting to draw an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) and a Data Flow Diagram (DFD), it is important to make sure that you know the difference between the two. The DFD outlines the functions and processes of the system being studied, and will depict the flow of data from one process to another. … Read more
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The four Cs of business communication - or communication in any field where you want your message to be clear and memorable - are comprehension, connection, credibility and contagiousness. These four Cs are said to be the major ingredients needed for a good marketing campaign, speech or business communication - without them, it is thought … Read more
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The presence of an impurity in a pure substance will affect the boiling point of the substance, as it will increase the boiling point. This is quite simple to explain, and also quite easy to understand. However, the following explanation includes the example of water (the pure substance) mixed with salt (the impurity) to make … Read more
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How to calculate percentage?

This information is valuable for those trying to calculate the percentage of marks, discounts, or just trying to complete some homework...

Here's everything you need to know about calculating percentages.

The equation can be written as follows:

(Given amount
Divided by Total amount) x100 = %

Or you