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Google Sheets

To_percent is a Google Sheets function that converts a number to a percentage. You can use it to calculate percentages of totals, or to compare values to a percentage threshold. For example, you can use to_percent to find out what percentage of a total the value in a cell represents. To do this, enter the following formula in a cell: =to_percent(A1) where A1 is the cell containing the number you want to convert to a percentage. This will return the percentage value for the number in A1. You can also use to_percent to compare values to a percentage threshold. For example, you might want to know whether a value is above or below a certain percentage. To do this, enter the following formula in a cell: =to_percent(A1,B1) where A1 is the cell containing the number you want to compare to the threshold in B1, and B1 is the percentage threshold. This will return TRUE if the number in A1 is above the threshold in B1, and FALSE if it is below the threshold.

The syntax of TO_PERCENT in Google Sheets is TO_PERCENT(number,decimals). This function will convert a number to a percentage with the given number of decimals.

TO_PERCENT can be used to convert a number to a percentage. For example, the following formula converts the value in A1 to a percentage:

=TO_PERCENT(A1)

There are a few occasions when TO_PERCENT should not be used in Google Sheets. First, when the percentage is 0, TO_PERCENT will return 0 instead of a blank. Second, TO_PERCENT cannot be used with text values or with numbers formatted as text. Finally, TO_PERCENT cannot be used with numbers that have been converted to percentages using the % symbol.

There are a few similar formulae to TO_PERCENT in Google Sheets. One is PERCENT_RANK, which calculates the rank of a number in a list of numbers. The syntax is =PERCENT_RANK(number, array) and it returns the rank of the number in the array, where 1 is the first rank, 2 is the second rank, and so on. Another similar formula is RANK, which calculates the rank of a number in a list of numbers using the same syntax as PERCENT_RANK. The only difference between the two is that RANK returns the rank of the number as an integer, while PERCENT_RANK returns the rank of the number as a decimal. Finally, there is QUARTILE, which calculates the quartile of a number in a list of numbers. The syntax is =QUARTILE(number, array) and it returns the quartile of the number in the array, where 1 is the first quartile, 2 is the second quartile, and so on.

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