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Where graphs in Squared Up show very small figures they will use m or µ where appropriate.
1 micro (µ) % = 0.000001 %
1 milli (m) % = 0.001 %
The graph below uses µ, mu on the y-axis:
The graph is showing some very small percentages.
The 4.1E figure for latest has unfortunately been truncated and should say 4.1E-5 with the E meaning exponential (EXP on a calculator). E notation a type of scientific notation in which the phrase “times 10 to the power of” is replaced by the letter E; for example, 4.1x10-5 or "4.1x10 to the power of -5" is written 4.1E-5 which is actually 0.000041
max 4.83 should say 4.83E-5 = 0.0000483
avg 3.8E should say 3.8E-5 = 0.000038
min 3.17 should say 3.17E-5 = 0.0000317
The y-axis uses µ, mu (micro) to show the very small percentages. 40.0µ is actually 0.000040 or "4x10 to the power of -5" or 4E-5, which as you can see matches the max/latest figures.