To calculate the % profit margin for Waymo, you need to start by determining their revenue and costs. Waymo is a subsidiary of Alphabet, which is the parent company of Google. Unfortunately, Alphabet does not break out Waymo's financials separately, so we will need to make some assumptions. One possible approach is to estimate Waymo's revenue based on their reported number of miles driven, which was approximately 6.1 million miles in 2020. Assuming an average revenue per mile of $1.50 (which is in line with estimates from industry experts), this would give us an estimated revenue of $9.15 million for 2020. Next, we need to estimate Waymo's costs. Some of their major expenses include R&D, operations, and data storage. We can assume that their R&D expenses are significant, given the technological complexity of their self-driving cars. However, without more detailed information, it is difficult to estimate their costs with precision. Finally, we can calculate the % profit margin by dividing their net profit (which is equal to their revenue minus costs) by their revenue, and multiplying by 100. However, without more detailed financial information, it is not possible to provide an accurate estimate of Waymo's % profit margin. In summary, while it is difficult to estimate Waymo's % profit margin without more detailed financial information, we can make some rough estimates based on their reported miles driven and industry benchmarks for revenue per mile.

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