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anonymous
 5 years ago
Hello everyone something i should know but don't. Can anyone tell me of a method on how to convert graph data into percentages e.g a graph shows coverage over a 6 month period and shows a production in thousands from 50 105. The production has 2 trends standard and non standard e.g standard 75 and non standard 55 in month A. how would you work out the percentage of the non standard in that month
anonymous
 5 years ago
Hello everyone something i should know but don't. Can anyone tell me of a method on how to convert graph data into percentages e.g a graph shows coverage over a 6 month period and shows a production in thousands from 50 105. The production has 2 trends standard and non standard e.g standard 75 and non standard 55 in month A. how would you work out the percentage of the non standard in that month

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