Discussion in 'Personal Homework Help' started by Kay, Feb 15, 2017.
I read that as 10% times 50 plus 50
Is there any other statement in mathematics for this with the "upper" definition?
Replace "50" with "x"
x + 10% x
Upper meaning upper bound? Upper percentile? Upper quartile?
I need a bit more background on what lesson or concept you are working on right now.
Yes, it's close to the upper bound. I just wonder what we interpret the below inequality is?
y > 10% x + x
My two cents: y is greater than 10% upper x
What do you say?
If we factor your expression, we get:
y > x(10% + 1)
y> 1.1x Since 10% is 0.1
I read it as y > 110% of x
Yes, that's a way. However, in my case, I need to interpret the expression with the "upper" definition. Could you help me?
Yes, then if we are dealing with percentiles, I read that as 10% upper x%
Thank you! But is it correct if we read % after x? I thought it should be "10% upper x". Please confirm.
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