anonymous
  • anonymous
What percentage of the carbohydrate is sugar? The serving size is 20g (per bar) The quantity per serving of carbohydrate is 12.0g and for sugar it's 3.4g. The quantity per 100g for carbohydrate is 60.1 and sugar it's 16.8.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Help me solve it please
atlas
  • atlas
Hey I could not understand your question
atlas
  • atlas
If you are asking how much percentage of carbohydrate is made up by sugar..........It should be solved something like this: For 20g serving Sugar is 3.4g out of 12g carbohydrate So, you can calculate the % - (Sugar/Carbohydrate) X 100 If you calculate for 100g serving similarly, you will get a very close answer which can be used to verify your above answer

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