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What about currency?
You do not need to enter the symbols for currency. For example, if you enter
into a numeric entry cell that deals with currency and then
select out of the numeric entry field, it may appear as
, depending on the type of value the question requires. You may
need to enter decimals as well.
Complete the following statement to see how currency works.
If you start out with $2.85 and find an additional $4.65 in your pocket, you will have a total of
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What about percentages?
As with the currency symbol, if a percentage symbol is required, it will automatically appear alongside your numeric entry
you exit the numeric
entry cell. For example, if the correct answer to a question is 60%, simply enter the number
. After leaving the numeric entry cell, that number will
appear as 60%. (
: Although 60% can also be represented as 0.6, if you were to enter
into a field that automatically converts to percentages,
this would be formatted as 0.60% and would be graded as incorrect, because 0.60% is not equal to 60%.)
Complete the following statement to see how percentages work.
As a percentage, $22.00 is equal to
As a percentage, $22.00 is equal to 55% of $40.00; therefore, if you entered
, it would have automatically been converted to the correct