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I am not sure where to ask questions so I am trying this. I have a table in which most of the percentages are greater than "1," but a few are less than "1". In terms of precision of the information, the percentages that are less than "1" are not particularly meaningful. They are not zero, but they don't need to be expressed as fractions. What is the best way to note this in the Table.... Can I write something like this <1.0 (meaning less than one)? Thanks for any help or direction.

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