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As you probably know, percents are a special kind of decimal. Most calculations involving percentages involve using the percent in its decimal form. This is achieved by dividing the percentage amount by 100. There are many worksheets on percents below. In the first few sections, there are worksheets involving the three main types of percentage problems: finding the percent value of a number, finding the percent rate of one number compared to another number, and finding the original amount given the percent value and the percent rate.
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Calculating the value of a percentage of a number worksheets with a variety of percent amounts and with various complexities of the numbers used.
Calculating the Value of a Percentage of a Number
Example questions: What is 18% of 2,800? (504)
Calculating the Percent one number is of another number
Example questions: What percent of 3,700 is 2,479? (67%)
Calculating the Original amount given the percentage value and rate
Example questions: 4,066 is 95% of what amount? (4,280)
Mixed Percent Calculations Worksheets
Percent increase/decrease worksheets
The worksheets in this section have students determine by what percentage something increases or decreases. Each question includes an original amount and a new amount. Students determing the change from the original to the new amount using a formula: ((new - original)/original) × 100 or another method. It should be straight-forward to determine if there is an increase or a decrease. In the case of a decrease, the percent change (using the formula) will be negative.