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What percentage were female? 2) The price of a $1.50 candy bar was to be increased by 20%. What was the new price? working for calculating 20% of $1.50 . 3) The tax on an item is $6.00. The tax rate is 15%. What is the price without tax? percentage calculation example. Similar types of problems to those in the examples ...

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Percentages (%). When we say "Percent" we are really saying "per 100". One percent (1%) means 1 per 100. 1 in 100 1% of this line is shaded green: it is very small isn't it? ... Example: Calculate 25% of 80. 25% = 25100. And 25100 × 80 = 20. So 25% of 80 is 20 ...

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A percentage is a way to express a number as a part of a whole. To calculate a percentage, we look at the whole as equal to 100%. For example, say you have 10 apples (=100%). If you eat 2 apples, then you have eaten 2/10 × 100% = 20% of your apples and you are left with 80% of your original apples. The term " percent" ...

www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/pre-algebra-ratios-rates/pre-algebra-percent-problems/v/finding-percentages-example

To turn decimals into a percentage you just need to move the decimal point 2 places to the right.Example : (0.24=24 per cent).For converting fraction into percentage you could just simply divide the 2 numbers.Example : 4/16 into percentage would be 4 divided by 16 in long division method would be 0.25 which is equal to ...

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We will take examples to illustrate.Let us start with the formula on the left. An important thing to remember: Cross multiply. It means to multiply the numerator of one fraction by the denominator of the other fraction. Examples #1: 25 % of 200 is____. In this problem, of = 200, is = ?, and % = 25. We get: is/200 = 25/100. Since is ...

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Percentage Calculator is an online math tool to calculate the percentage of a number relative to the whole reference number. The formula, step by step calculation & solved example problems may used to understand how to calculate the percentage of marks, interest rate or between any relative quantities. Percentage is a ...

www.homeschoolmath.net/teaching/percent/what_percentage.php

Learn how to calculate percentages in this easy lesson! When you're asked to calculate an (unknown) percentage ("What percentage...?"), you need to first write the fraction PART/TOTAL, and then simply write that fraction as a decimal and as a percentage. See many examples below. The concepts and ideas of this lesson ...

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Then (the sales tax) is (some percentage) of (the price), or, in mathematical terms : 0.66 = (x)(6.95). Solving for x, I get: 0.66 ÷ 6.95 = x = 0.094964028... = 9.4964028...%. The sales tax rate is 9.5%. In the above example, I first had to figure out what the actual tax was. Many percentage problems are really "two-part -ers" like ...

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How to calculate percentage of a number. Use the percentage formula: P% * X = Y. Example: What is 10% of 150? Convert the problem to an equation using the percentage formula: P% * X = Y; P is 10%, X is 150, so the equation is 10% * 150 = Y; Convert 10% to a decimal by removing the percent sign and dividing by 100:  ...