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A percentage is a fraction with a denominator of 100. It can be expressed using the term itself, such as 25 percent, or using the % symbol, as in 25%.The calculation of various kinds of rates by way of percentages is the backbone of a wide range of mathematical applications.

Fundamental Mathematical Concepts And Terms

Percentages are related to three other familiar concepts: fractions, ratios and proportions. A fraction is a number expressed as one whole number divided by another. For example, one half can be expressed as ½.

A ratio is the relationship between two similar magnitudes. For example, in 2005 the relationship between the population of Canada, estimated at 31 million people, and that of the United States, measured at approximately 310 million people, was a ratio of 1 to 10.

Ratios are expressed using one of three forms: use of the word "to,"use of a colon oruse of a fraction. So the same ratio, say 8 to 5,can be expressed as 8:5 or ⁸⁄₅.

A proportion is a pair of ratios expressed as a mathematical equation. For example, if in a city of 100,000 residents, 1,000 people had red hair, the proportion of the population with red hair will be expressed as 1,000/100,000, or 1/100. The equation 1,000/100,000 = 1/100 is a proportion.

All percentages are an expression of a relationship based on 100, and every fraction, ratio and proportion may be expressed as a percentage. Percentages may also be expressed where decimals are required, as in the figure 66.92%.

An important application of the concepts concerning percentages is that of percentiles. A range of data can be divided into 99 points to make 100 groups of equal size within the range, and each point is called a percentile. For example, students in a class or across a larger population are given percentile rankings on a national test, which is a way of comparing the students to one another.

How To Express Percentages

A percentage is a fraction with a denominator of 100, and it can be expressed in any of the following ways: 38 percent, 38%, 38/100 or 0.38 in decimal form.

To convert a decimal to a percentage, move the decimal point two places to the right and add a % sign. For example, the decimal 0.09 equals 9%.

To convert a percentage to a fraction, remember that x% will always mean x/100. For example, 40% is the same as ⁴⁰⁄₁₀₀, and the simplest form is ⁴⁄₁₀, or ⅖.

To convert a fraction to a percentage, find the decimal equivalent of the fraction and convert the decimal to a percentage as described above. For example, ¾ = .75 = 75%.

One common calculation is finding the percentage of a total quantity. Let's say 15% of a shipment of 350 books is said to be damaged by water. You can find the actual number of damaged books in the shipment by multiplying the total number of books (350) by 15% (or 0.15), which gives you 52.5.

A Brief History Of Discovery And Development

In Latin, "per" means "by," and "cent" means "one hundred." The use of multiples of 10 as the basis for arithmetic first gained acceptance in Greece in approximately 400 B.C.However, it is hard to say exactly when the notion of percentages was created, since division by 100 has occurred throughout history.

Decimals were developed as an effective way to easily distinguish between fractions with different denominators.For example, the difference between the fractions⁴⁄₁₃and⁵⁄₁₇might be hardto see. However, the corresponding decimals for each, 0.307 and 0.294, are much easier to compare. The same applies when comparing percentages. The decimal point became standard throughout the European scientific community in the early 1600s, simplifying numerical calculations.

Society is now so accustomed to percentages being used in politics or business to support a particular viewpoint. However, percentages can often convey a shallow or misleading sense of certainty. Broad statements made in the media by business leaders, government officials and others speaking on public issues often use percentages. For example, "The economy will grow by 2% this year" has a certain ring of authority, yet the figure itself is less important thanhow the percentage was actually calculated.

Real-Life Applications

Percentages are calculated in many real-life situations. The understanding and proper applications of various percentage calculations are critical to daily living.

• In education, the ranking of students will often be determined by their grades, usually expressed as a percentage, as well as by their percentile.

• In science, especially in fields like chemistry or medicine, it is essential to be able to calculate how much of a particular substance is in a mixture or solution.

• In the food industry, percentages are used to determine the relative amount of the contents of food and beverage products, like the amount of fat or vitamins.

• In retail, pricing increases and sales discounts are almost always expressed as a percentage, which can be easier to understand than unfamiliar fractions.

• In weather forecasts, the possibility of certain changes in the weather is expressed as a percentage, like a 20% possibility of rain.

• In sports, percentages are used to make comparisons in all types of competition, like shooting percentage in basketball or a baseball player's batting average.

• For voting patterns and election results, percentages are used to take the large numbers of persons who may vote in an election and reduce the figures to a result that is easier to understand.

The 1% Method

This method of calculation is often useful for quickly determining small percentages. Determine 1% of the given number, and then calculate the value of the desired percent.

To calculate 3% of 1,800, first take 1% of 1,800, which is 18, then multiply that by 3 to get 54, or 3%.

Finding The Rate Percent

Rate is the comparison between two numbers expressed as a ratio, written as a common fraction. For example, to express what percent of 20 is 8, one can use the rate 8/20, carry out the division to get 0.40and multiply by 100 to get 40%.

Percentage Change: Increase Or Decrease

Whenever a problem is expressed by words such as "is 15% more than" or "is 60% less than" or "has increased by 180%" or "has decreased by 38%," the problem requires a calculation of the percentage change.For example, if 44 increases by 25%, the new number will be 44 + 25% of 44. Since 25% of 44 is equal to 11, the result of 44 + 25% is 55.

Finding The Rate Of Increase Or Decrease

The rate of change may be expressed as the following equation: rate of change = amount of change / original number. For example, if 40 increases to 46, rate of change = (46 − 40)/40 = 6/40 = 0.15 = 15%.

Finding The Original Amount

If the quantity after the change is known, the original quantity may be found. For example, 96 is 60% more than what number? In this example, 96 is the number after the increase.

If the original number is x, then x + 60% of x = x + 0.6x = 96.In other words, 1.6x = 96. To find x, divide both sides of this equation by 1.6 to get x = 96/1.6 = 60.

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To better understand the utility of using pain freedom and most bothersome headache‐associated symptom (MBS) freedom as co‐primary endpoints in clinical trials of acute migraine interventions.

Background

Adhesive dermally applied microarray (ADAM) is an investigational system for intracutaneous drug administration. The recently completed pivotal Phase 2b/3 study (ZOTRIP), evaluating ADAM zolmitriptan for the treatment of acute moderate to severe migraine, was one of the first large studies to incorporate MBS freedom and pain freedom as co‐primary endpoints per recently issued guidance by the US Food and Drug Administration. In this trial, the proportion of patients treated with ADAM zolmitriptan 3.8 mg, who were pain‐free and MBS‐free at 2 hours post‐dose, was significantly higher than for placebo.

Methods

We undertook a post‐hoc analysis of data from the ZOTRIP trial to examine how the outcomes from this trial compare to what might have been achieved using the conventional co‐primary endpoints of pain relief, nausea, photophobia, and phonophobia.

Results

Of the 159 patients treated with ADAM zolmitriptan 3.8mg or placebo, prospectively designated MBS were photophobia (n = 79), phonophobia (n = 43), and nausea (n = 37). Two‐hour pain free rates in those with photophobia as the MBS were 36% for ADAM zolmitriptan 3.8 mg and 14% for placebo ( = .02). Corresponding rates for those with phonophobia as the MBS were 14% and 41% ( = .05). For those whose MBS was nausea, corresponding values were 56% and 16%, respectively ( = .01). Two‐hour freedom from the MBS for active drug vs placebo were 67% vs 35% ( < .01) for photophobia, 55% vs 43% ( = .45) for phonophobia, and 89% vs 58% for nausea ( = .04). MBS freedom but not pain freedom was achieved in 28%. Only 1 patient (1%) achieved pain freedom, but not MBS freedom. The proportion with both pain and MBS freedom was highest (56%) among those whose MBS was nausea.

Conclusion

In this study, the use of MBS was feasible and seemed to compare favorably to the previously required 4 co‐primary endpoints.

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