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From: Barb <misscloee2002@yahoo.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004011511:16:31
Subject: Re: Foolproof way to learn percentages

In receiving a summary of an investment, I'm not sure how to figure
the percentage of a gain or loss. For example, previous statement of
$3,285.00, earnings of $785, value now $4070.00. How do you set of the
equation for either a percentage gain in this case or percentage in a
loss? 


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