These activity sheets teach your students how to calculate the given percentage of a number.

#### The application of percentages is not just confined to the subject "math." Its uses spread in daily lives as well. From corporate companies to schools, and from country governments to special authorities, percentages are used to display statistics. So, what are the percentages? Even though it is commonly used, not many people know exactly what it is. One percent is one-hundredth of a whole. It can, therefore, be written as both a decimal and a fraction. You can even find the percentage of a number. How? All you have to do is covert a percentage into a fraction and multiply the number with it. For example, find 25% of 100. 100 × 25/100 = 25. It is that simple!

Understanding the percentage of value of a number is very often critical to understanding transitions of all kinds. When you go to the mall and see that twenty-five percent off sticker, it makes you feel as if you are getting a bargain. But you really need to use the skills we cover on these lessons and worksheets to understand if you are getting a deal. Many stores understand the psychology behind buying and often markup their prices by the same percentage they are giving you off. Your students will use these worksheets to learn how to find the specified percentage of a given number. Students will also determine how much of a percentage a number is to another.

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## Percentage of a Number Lesson

This worksheet explains how to solve problems like this: Jack gives 20% of his salary to Maria. How much is that if his salary is \$1,103?

## Lesson and Practice

We will show students how to solve this problem: All ice cream is discounted by 10%. First find the discount and then the discounted price. Types of ice cream and their prices are given below. a. a vanilla, \$5 b. a chocolate, \$7 c. a almond, \$4 d. a mango, \$3 First look at the usual price of each ice cream. Calculate the discount 10% by multiplying 10/100 with usual price of each ice cream separately. Then calculate the discounted price by subtracting discount from usual price for each item separately.

## Worksheet

Find ten percent of these numbers. Use mental math. There are ten problems to work with.

## Practice

We will expand what we just learn by finding just one percent of a set value. Explore this skill some more with these ten practice questions.

## Word Problem Drill

You will solve word problems like: Mom pays 10% of her \$2030 pay check as taxes. How much are the taxes?

## Warm Up

Find the percentage of these numbers and quantities. Use mental math.

## Lesson

To solve the given expression we have to first remove the sign of % by dividing the number by 100.

## Lesson and Practice

Find percentage: 15% of 40. To solve the given expression we have to first remove the sign of % by dividing the number by 100.

## Finding Percentages Worksheet

Students will calculate the indicated percentages of the numbers provided. There are ten problems to work with.

## Practice

Students will practice calculating the indicated percentages of the numbers provided. Use the ten exercises to learn more.

## Drill

Students will gain proficiency with all the skills that we have been exploring with this topic. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

We go one last time over how to find the percentage of a number in this quick introductory sheet. Three problems are provided.

## Finding Percent of a Number Lesson

Students will learn that a percentage is a ratio whose second term is 100. Percent means parts per hundred, so 13% can be written as: 13/100.

## Lesson and Practice

We will apply this skill to word problems. Example: A shop offers 15% discount on \$5 shirt. What is the discounted price?

## Worksheet

We get back to basics with this sheet. Ten more questions for you.

## Practice

You apply these skills to real world word problems. An ice cream parlor has a discount of 3% on all type of ice creams. If Mark bought a double sundae worth \$3.50, how much did Mark pay? There are ten problems to work with.

## Drill

Students will gain proficiency with the core underlying skills in this system. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

Over the course of these three problems you will review all the skills we are talking about here.

## Numbers Based on Percentage Lesson

This worksheet explains how to find a number or a percentage to answer a question. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

Each question is formed in a math sentence that we hope students break down a bit. Explore this skill some more with these ten practice questions.

## Practice

Students will practice reading into math statements and breaking them down. Ten problems are provided.

## Review

The concept of how to frame a solid solution to your math sentence is reviewed. A sample problem is solved and six practice problems are provided.

## Quiz

Students will demonstrate their proficiency with all of the concepts that we have explored. Use the ten exercises to learn more.

## Skills Check

Students will find a number or a percentage to answer a question. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Percentages of Numbers Worksheet

Students will find the indicated percentages. Explore this skill some more with these ten practice questions.

## Practice

This sheet will look very familiar to you. Ten more questions for you.

## Drill

Students will gain proficiency with percentages at a very high level. Use the ten exercises to learn more.

## Basic Skills Practice

Students will practice basic skills that are the foundation fo these problems. Explore this skill some more with these ten practice questions.

## Basic Skills Worksheet

Students will use basic skills to find percentages of numbers. Ten problems are provided.

## Intermediate Skills Practice

Students will practice using intermediate skills related to percentages and whole number values. Use the ten exercises to learn more.

## Intermediate Skills Worksheet

Students will take their skills next level with this sheet. Ten problems are provided.

## Independent Practice

Students will practice finding missing values in this core system. Explore this skill some more with these ten practice questions.

## Lesson

This worksheet explains how to determine a percentage. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Find the Percentage Worksheet

Students will determine the what value is missing. Ten more questions for you.

## Practice

Students will work on the core nature of this topic. Ten problems are provided.

## Review

The concept of how to determine the percentage of the numbers provided is reviewed. A sample problem is solved and six practice problems are provided.

## Quiz

Students will demonstrate their ability with all of the skills and concepts we have worked with here. Ten problems are provided.

## Check

Students will get an opportunity to get after it with this topic. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.