In Halo: Reach for the Xbox 360, there is so much to do! The campaign, the multiplayer, the achievements! But One tough one to get is all 19 hidden data pads. Luckily for you, the first nine can be acquired on any difficulty, and in this video you will learn the locations of all nine of the initial data pads on levels such as Winter Contingency and Pillar of Autumn!

In order to unlock the Avatar Award Carter's Helmet in Halo: Reach, you will need to beat Winter Contingency on Legendary difficulty without dying. It can be hard, but this video by Achievement Hunter shows you how to pull it off.

In this arithmetic basics tutorial the author shows how to find the percentage of a number. He says that hundred percentage of number is the same number. He says that if we find the percentage of a number where the percentage is less that 100, then the value of the number reduces. Similarly if we find the percentage of a number where the percentage is more than 100, then the value will be more than the original number. He says that to find the percentage of a number we need to mark a decimal ...

In this video the instructor shows how to compute percentage problems. Percentage was first used in ancient Rome when the emperor Augusts levied a 1/100 of a tax on goods sold. To solve percentage problems you need to know how to convert between percentages and decimals. When you have a value in decimal, to convert it into percentage, shift the point two decimals to the right. To convert from percentages to decimals, shift the decimal two places to the left. For example to convert .50 to perc...

Not sure exactly how to calculate a twenty percent tip for your waitress? Or how about how to figure out how much less your cost will be with that thirty percent off tag? Use these steps to calculate percentage, without a calculator.

One formula that you will run into in Calculus is calculating the percentage growth rate using a logarithmic derivative, elasticity of demand, relation among elasticity of demand and also revenue. In this video you will learn the different formulas that are used, methods of solving each formula, and also the full solutions.

The concept of percentages may be a bit difficult to grasp for some beginner level learners. This video attempts to explain the concept of percentages in an easy to understand way.

Learn how to easily convert percentage values into decimals in this quick video. When converting percentages it is important to remember that a percentage simply means to divide by 100. For example, take 5%. That means 5 divided by 100 or 0.05. These can easily be done on your calculator once you understand the meaning of percentage. Another example, let's take 23%. Divide 23 by 100 and you get .23. Finally, as a last example takes 99%. Take 99 divide it by 100 and the answer will come out to...

In this video, the instructor shows how to identify the percentage change using proportions. When a given quantity increases or decreases by certain amount then we can calculate the percentage change in the quantity, which can be either increase or decrease based on the new value of the quantity. To solve these kind of situations you should know that the ratio of amount of increase (or decrease) of an amount to its original amount is equal to the ratio of percentage increase (or decrease) to ...

This video begins with teaching of percentage lesson. He is also teaching conversion of percentage to decimal and vise verse. This teaching is using advanced technology note pad when he goes on writing on pad that will display on screen. He is telling that percent 35% in decimal it is .35 and if decimal 2 it is 20% in percent. And he was teaching how to convert fraction to percent by taking one example 7/8 , to convert this first we have to divide 7 by 8 then we get answer .875 then to conver...

This Excel Statistics series of video shows how to calculate proportions and percentages in Microsoft Excel. This video shows how to do percentage calculations using formulas in Microsoft Excel. To make a formula for a percentage, you need to first make a formula to calculate the total sum of objects you are going to use. To do that, use the sum formula. Now, divide the current object's value with the previously generated sum formula, which gives you the frequency. When you multiply this by 1...

Check out this instructional math lesson that demonstrates how to solve percentage problems. In the 13th lesson, learn how to solve SAT problems using the Official SAT Study Guide. Here are the math problems and their page numbers that this video covers:

Want to calculate percentage growth rates (also known as the relative rates of change)? Learn how with this free video calculus lesson, which covers calculating the percentage growth rate using a logarithmic derivative, elasticity of demand and the relation between elasticity of demand and revenue. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever t...

Could you use a little help figuring out how to find percentage composition? Watch this free video lesson. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this free math tutorial, you'll learn how to calculate percentage composition by formula.

This is the fifth video in the Statistics in Excel. He gives the website address where content can be downloaded. He speaks about the different types of formatting like stylistic and number formatting. He talks about the different formats like accounting and percentage, and how to use both of them. Accounting format is nice because it lines up the decimals nicely. He shows how to apply the accounting format. The percentage format displays the value in as a percentage. He shows you how to appl...

In this tutorial the author explains of how to compute percentages of a given number. He explains that x percent of some number y is x multiplied by y and divided by 100. He says that of means multiply and percentage means for hundred. He goes on and explains this concept with numerous examples. He suggests a small trick to move the decimal point of a number two digits to the left to get it divided by hundred. The author demonstrates many more similar tricks and short cuts using which one can...

Wondering how to calculate percentages from fractions? Just follow the few steps as given below. Firstly, take any fraction and multiply with 100. The resultant value that you get is nothing but the percentage itself.

The concept of percentage growth or decline is confusing to a lot of people. If you're one of those people, watch this video. It breaks down how percentage change and growth rates work and how you can calculate them from any pair of numbers.

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 267th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to calculate percentage change using a simple universal formula: (End Value)/Beg Value)/Beg Value = Percentage Change.

A percent problem is one in which you are given a quantity and asked to compute the value of a percent of it. You may also be given the whole quantity and a part of it and asked to compute the percentage of the part in the whole. To do these kind of problems you need to use the rule which states that the ratio of the part to the base it equal to the ratio of the percent to hundred. That is part/base = percent/100. This comes from the definition of percentage which states that percentage is eq...

In this video, we learn how to increase or decrease by a percentage. First, to increase you will need to find what the percent of the number is. To do this, you will find 10%, which should be very easy. As soon as you've found this, you can add or subtract to find the percent you need. Then, add this onto the original number and you'll know the percentage. To decrease the percentage, you will do the same type of equation. Except, you will need to subtract as you go to finish the problem. When...

In this tutorial, we learn how to calculate and add running percentages in Excel. First, write out your value and percentage into the different columns. Next, write the formula in the cell where you want the answer to appear. To have the answer appear, highlight the box and drag it down, then the answers will start to appear in each of the different columns for the different equations. This is an extremely simple way to calculate these percentages without having to do any math! As long as you...

Want to find a percentage of one number relative to another? With a calculator, it's easy. And this free video math lesson will show you how to go about it. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test).

Want to know how to find percentages quickly without the use of a calculator? It's easy. This free video math lesson will show you how it's done. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just study for that next big test).

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to work out basic percentages. The key is to always find 10% of the number first. To find 10%, divide the number by 10. It's very simple because you simply move one decimal to the left. Once you have found the 10%, you can simply find the next 10% by doubling the number. The other thing you can do is find 5% of the number by dividing the 10% number in half. This video will benefit those viewers who have trouble with find percentage or forgot how to an...

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This video tutorial will teach you how to format percentage numbers in MS Excel. Excel is a spreadsheet application that allows you to use calculations, graphs, pivot tables and much more to create the spreadsheet you want. You can learn how to avoid common mistakes that occur with formatting percentages and how to set the program to automatically format numbers as you type. This video will guide you through formatting percentages as you learn how to use MS Excel to make spreadsheets.

In this tutorial the author explains of how to find percentages using examples. He explains that x percent of some number y is x multiplied by y and divided by 100. He goes on and explains this concept with numerous examples. He suggests a short cut to movie the decimal point of a number two digits to the left to divide that number by 100. The author demonstrates many more similar tricks and short cuts using which one can easily solve percentage problems. So if you are looking for a good tuto...

There will be a time when the need to know how to convert a percent to a decimal will arise. Maybe it will be when trying to calculate a percentage discount on an item to be purchased. The item is 30% off, but what does that mean? How do you calculate the discount if the original price is $92? Learn how to easily convert percent to decimal by following these easy instructions. Percentage means "per 100." In other words, 50% means 50 per 100. The easiest way to convert percentage to decimal is...

Do you need to brush up on your fraction and percentage skills or get ahead of the class in math? This video shows several different examples of how to calculate percentages by using fractions. Money is used as a frequent example because quarters and change are easier to figure out and can help you translate when solving a math problem. You can also solve equations by writing them down and diving the part by the whole. Sound complicated? Watch the video and see how easy you can master calcula...

This video is about the mathematical calculation to convert decimal to percentages. In this video, step by step calculations are shown. Let us take an example of a number; say 0.345, and we want to convert this decimal number to a percentage. Then we have to shift the decimal to two places to right side. We then get the answer in percentage but don't forget to put the sign at last. This video has made it easier for me to make my children understand about the decimals and percentages.

If you use Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, odds are you work with numbers. Put those numbers to work. Statistical analysis allows you to find patterns, trends and probabilities within your data. In this MS Excel tutorial from everyone's favorite Excel guru, YouTube's ExcelsFun, the 4th installment in his "Excel Statistics" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to create a frequency table and percentage frequency table using a Pivot Table (PivotTable).

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 275th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to reduce a column of numbers by a set percentage (in this case, 35%) quickly!

Percent problems, also called as proportion problems, are simple problems where you deal with percentages. Given a percentage problem you may need to identify the percentage, the part or whole quantity from it. You can use the proportion or percent equation to do this. Proportion equations says that the ratio of part to the whole is equal to the ratio of percentage to one hundred. Percent equation says that the product of the percentage in the decimal form and the whole gives you the quantity...

There are two main ways to view how much battery is remaining on an iPhone: the battery level icon and battery percentage. Out of the box, the second-generation iPhone SE only shows the battery level icon in its status bar, which only gives you a rough idea of how much juice is left. But there are ways to view the exact percentage instead.

Want to know how to express a percentage as a decimal number or a decimal number as percentage? Learn how. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this installment from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan's series of free math tutorials...

Having trouble figuring out percentages? If so, you'd be well served to give this free math lesson 100% of your attention. After watching it, you'll be able to answer questions like, "What's 25% of 38?" or "What's 38% of 25?" For more information on calculating percentages with simple arithmetic, watch this free video guide.

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We know the method for answering the question "What is the x percent of y" but, what about the answer to the following question "The x percent discounted price of an article is y. Find the original price." This is a reverse percentage problem that can be solved using the method shown in this video. This video contains three reverse percentage problems. The first two problems are essentially of the same type as explained above. A simple and easy to understand method of finding the original pri...

Need help figuring out how to find a given percentage of a whole number (e.g., 16% of 736)? Watch this free video lesson. From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this free math tutorial, you'll learn how to find percentage values in basic arit...