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awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
18
comment How to handle the following percentage scenarios?
Mark, did you get a chance to look at my real life example I posted. Which way is correct?
Jun
18
comment How to handle the following percentage scenarios?
You mentioned you had a guess about why I would think or someone else would think removing 20% is the same as dividing by 1.2, but you said you didn't want to confuse me, but I actually want to know. Thanks
Jun
18
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Jun
18
revised How to handle the following percentage scenarios?
Real life example
Jun
18
comment How to handle the following percentage scenarios?
I will update my post with a practical example. These adjustments are done against hotel prices.
Jun
18
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Jun
18
accepted How to handle the following percentage scenarios?
Jun
18
comment How to handle the following percentage scenarios?
Mark, first thanks for the quick response. I really appreciate it. If I were to remove an additional non-compound 10% from number 2, would it be 144 - (200 * 10%)
Jun
18
asked How to handle the following percentage scenarios?