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C A Christmas Eve mindbender for some of us. Maybe someone here knows the right answer 9 of 10 would be 90% in Base ten I think 100 is an arbitrarily chosen number for “all of it.” And by universal agreement all percentages are expressed as hundredths of Whatever is the total **** if that is true 9 of 10 in base 18 would be expressed as 50% in base 10 Let’s say the base eighteen digit for what we know as 14 in base ten is ¥ In base 18 that which we express as fifty in base 10 would be 2¥. Is the entire pile of sand 100% in base 18? Would it be equivalent of 180 base ten units? Would that percentage which we also know as representing half be 90% in base 18 or would it be 2¥% ?? **** I think the general rule is percentages are always of a hundred units as expressed in base ten. our computers use 110110 (base Two) to express fifty percent of 1100100 (base two) anybody??