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How To Quickly Calculate Percentages In The Head?

Use this method to save money at the supermarket!

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How often do you typically need to quickly calculate percentages in the head? With the development of technology like smartphones, calculators, etc., you’d think that you would never have to do this. However, such situations occur more often than you think, and there is often money involved.

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