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How to Do Basic Percentages with the Table of Joy

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Drawing a table, so you have a framework to work in.

The Table of Joy looks like an oversized noughts and crosses grid. Make sure you have space to fit labels in the rows and columns.

The top row and the first column are for labels, so that you know which number to put where; the four squares in the bottom right are for writing the numbers in the sum.

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