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Hey guys which one of the following sentence makes sense the most?

• The numbers were great and totalled 95%

• The numbers were great and totalled to 95%

• The numbers were great and totalled up to 95%

• The numbers were great and had a total of 95%

• The numbers were great with a total of 95%

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  • There was total chaos on the interstate yesterday when several cars were totaled. It was totally awesome! – Hot Licks Apr 18 at 11:34
  • All sound fine. – Mitch Apr 18 at 11:49
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How about: The numbers were great and summed up to 98%

Edit:

If you want to use the word total:

The numbers were great and totalled up to 98%

or

The numbers were great and had a total of 98%

  • How can I use summed up to using the word total though? – user321021 Apr 18 at 11:34
  • Summed up and totalled up mean the same – zeeman Apr 18 at 11:37
  • I've edited my answer. – zeeman Apr 18 at 11:43
  • Why do these work and the others do not? – Andrew Leach Apr 18 at 11:59
  • I never said that the others don't work. – zeeman Apr 18 at 12:02

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