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The above sheets can both be cut into three and used for discussion. It may be worthwhile for learners to stick them into their exercise books for reference.
They use shaded shapes to illustrate percentages, and give examples of how percentages relate to fractions including hundredths.
The following 2 worksheets are designed to gently introduce learners to percentages of quantities:
50% of the dots in each box in the first section, 25% in the second section and 75% in the third.
a) change percentages to fractions
b) change fractions to percentages
c) change percentages to decimals
d) change decimals to percentages
a) increase a number by a given percentage
b) work out the percentage increase given the original and new amount
c) decrease a number by a given percentage
d) work out the percentage decrease given the original and new amount
*There are many different ways to correctly shade in the shapes / circle the dots. These are not the only "answers"