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Beautiful December

Now, when the garden awaits the return of spring
Now, when the silence is deep and blue
Now, when the winter has cast her spell again
Beautiful December, Beautiful December

Here, where the snow is as soft as a woolly lamb
Here, where the nightfall is deep and blue,
Here, where the stars are so bright, you reach for them
Beautiful December, Beautiful December

Child, may you sleep in gentle peace tonight
Dream of songs that rise on silken wings!
When you wake, enchanted by the snowspun light
Sing the songs that came to you in dreams,
Your beautiful December dreams
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How to find percentage and compare figures?

SaraSara Posts: 293 ✭✭✭
edited June 2016 in Questions
If a region has 35 countries, and one has visited 20 of them, what percentage of the region one has covered?

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  • SaraSara Posts: 293 ✭✭✭
    Thank you so much @LaszloMark
  • LaszloMarkLaszloMark Posts: 89 Inactive
    You are welcome!
  • LynneLynne Your Teacher HomePosts: 9,644 mod
    @Sara - Which region is this about?

    Well done @LaszloMark

    FYI, we don't use a comma to mark the decimal place, we use a full stop. So, the answer would be 57.14%.

  • LaszloMarkLaszloMark Posts: 89 Inactive
    @Lynne Oh, sorry, my bad. In Hungary we write comma to mark decimal place not full stop.
  • KA1KA1 Posts: 91 ✭✭
    > @Lynne said:
    > @Sara - Which region is this about?
    >
    > Well done @LaszloMark
    >
    > FYI, we don't use a comma to mark the decimal place, we use a full stop. So, the answer would be 57.14%.

    We also use a full stop (or a period) to mark the decimal point, but several countries use a comma.
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