Step
2:
Divide
the Part
(Non-100%)
by
the
Whole
(100%)
In
order
to
find
the
percentage,
we
have
to
divide
the
part
of
the
total
available
amount
by
the
total
amount
available.
In
this
case,
the
non-100%
part that
we
have,
140,
will
be
divided
by
the
total
amount
available
that
represents
100%,
which
is
680.
140+
680
=
0.2058823529
We
can
round
this
off
to
the
third-place
value.
Check
your
answer
choices
to
see
if
numbers
were
rounded
to
a
different
place
value.
So
let's
look
at
the
third
place
value:
0.2058823529
We
look
to
the
right
and
see
an
8.
Since
an
8
is
5
or
more,
that
means
the
underlined
digit
goes
up
by
one
so
the
5
becomes
a
6.
0.206
Every
other
number
to
the
right
of
the
5
would
turn
to
0,
and
since
they
would
have
no
value,
we
can get
rid
of
them.
Step
3:
Multiply
by
100
Now
that
we
have
our
decimal,
we
have
to
turn
it
into
a
percent.
Remember,
we
turn
a
decimal
into
a
percent
by
multiplying
it
by
100,
which
is
the
same
as
moving
the
decimal
point
two
spots
to
the
right.
0.206
x
100
=
20.6%
This
tells us
how
much
of
the
budget
has
already
been
spent.
Finally,
we
have
to
find
the
percentage
of
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