Let’s say a graph shows a percentage above 10%.
Would it be correct to say:
Quite over the 10%.
I’m not sure if “quite” is ok in this context, and I’m wondering if “the” could be used in case 10% is somehow important: for example it may be the higher value in the chart (while not having “something graphical” different).
You could use above instead of over since there is above/below directions in a graph
The graph is above 10%, showing a value over 10%
To describe a number much greater than 10%, you could say
quite above 10%
very much above 10%
well over 10%
significantly above 10%
Quite is more a BrE term than an AmE term meaning much.
You would use the if 10% was used as an adjective
the 10% level
the 10% mark
Only using the 10% would not have any meaning by itself, and articles are not usually used for plain numbers but for cardinal and ordinal numbers.