# percentage %

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Hi

I have 2 weeks to deal with model Jazz

And my purpose is to put another 120 itself, and then networking to watch from afar.

And I found the following problem. We can draw percentages percent but do not know how.

example.

One machine is plugged in, 1 hour, but its output is only 45 minutes.

The measurement is done in secont. So we

2700/3600 = 0.75 × 100 = 75% was the performance of this who was handling.

How can you visualize it;;;;

Sorry for my English, I have given you to understand!

Thank you.

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Easiest way - divide 2700 by 36 only. Common soluiton - myltiply first 2700 by 100 and then divide by 3600. Use the special function "Factor".

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Thank emil.

And a second question.

I have a measurement. Where should the counter greater than 32000 can reach up to 999,999 thousand pulses overall. The math I do is: Spins a shaft / 391

1 revolution = 1 pulse for 1 min = 240 pulse and 1 hour 240 X 60 = 14400 Imagine the number to 8 hours.

In those 8 hours I need to know the number of revolutions made by the axis to calculate the production of the machine in action. ( Meters / 8 Hours )

thanks, all

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• MVP 2022

Use two MI's - one to track the count to 1,000 and then increment a second one and reset the first.

Example:

MI 1 will contain the thousands and MI 0 will contain the value less than 1000. You can create two variables and put them next to each other on the Jazz display.

Joe T.

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