1. Familiarize yourself with how percentages work. Percentages are proportional representations of whole objects, numbers, prices or people. They are denoted by a "%" symbol
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To find a percentage for example your score on a math test, you take your score on the test and divide it by the total marks of the test, and Multiply by 100. Ex. 50 marks on a test
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1 Decide which of the other numbers is the "whole amount" and which is the "partial amount". For example, a problem that says "8 is what percent of 32?"
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1. Round the regular price to the nearest whole number. $19.99 would round to $20.00. 2. Multiply the 1st number of the price X the 1st number in the percentage off. 2(the first number
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