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What percent of the 100 ft. rock has Marta climbed? Young mathematicians find the percent of number (the rock height) by moving the climber up and down the rock.
If percents, fractions, and decimals can all mean the same number how do we go from one to another? During this instructional activity, watch how it goes over the basic steps needed to go from one rational number to the next. Both...
Young scholars convert decimals and fractions to percents. In this introductory percents lesson, learners work with equivalent fractions and learn to draw ratios. They recognize how to change a fraction to a percent.
In this fractions, decimals, and percents lessons, students explore various methods of representing fractions. They demonstrate situations that represent rational numbers. Students create a foldable exploring fractions, decimals and...
In this percent yield worksheet, high schoolers solve 4 problems. They find the percent yield given the chemical reaction, the mass of the reactants and the mass of the products. Given the percent yield students find the liters of a...
The Lowdown — Percents Combined: Proportional Relationships with Multistep Ratio and Percent Problems
Multiple discounts are always a good thing. Viewers of an informative video see how to calculate sale prices by applying multiple percent discounts. They also learn to determine the resulting total percent discount by multiplying ratios.
Examine food labels to determine percentage of fat and sugar to total calories with middle schoolers. Daily nutritional guidelines are discussed and learners will decide how well their foods fit into a healthy diet. In the provided...
Don't discount the lesson. Part of The Lowdown: Real-World Math series, an engaging video shows viewers how to calculate percent discounts using the idea that percents are ratios out of 100. It also looks at how to determine whether a 20...
Everyone loves a good sale! A straightforward lesson provides practice with calculating a percent off of a product. Using ads from Amazon, individuals calculate the percent off the ad does not show. Pupils see the answer after revealing...
Out of every 100 times, how many times was the lesson a success? Scholars first watch a short video from The Lowdown: Real-World Math series to learn about the meaning of percents. They then color in 10-by-10 grids to express percents...
In this percent composition worksheet, students find the percentages of atoms in compounds and they determine empirical formulas given the percent of each atom in a compound.
Sam's mom is a bowling woman and her birthday is around the corner. Can Sam afford the shirt in the store window for her? Mia helps him solve a multi-step percent problem to figure it out!
What a great way to review math concepts involving decimals and percents! Learners solve problems involving adding decimals, converting percents to decimals, and multiplying decimals.
Be 100 percent confident who has the most and by how much. Pupils use percentages to help make the comparisons by finding what percent one quantity is of the other. They also determine the percent differences between the two quantities.
Fill in the blanks to find the best discount! Groups complete a table of amounts and percents associated with sale items. Classmates then find the original cost, sale cost, discount amount, paid percent, or the discount percent based...
Mathematics Assessment Project
As part of a study of percent and percent change, learners first complete an assessment task with several percent change problems. They then complete an activity using cards to create a diagram expressing percent increases and decreases...
Pupils work several real-world problems that use percents in the 11th portion of a 20-part series. The problems contain percents involved with taxes, commissions, discounts, tips, fees, and interest. Scholars use the equations formed for...
Why convert fractions into percents? The video reminds viewers that percents are a fraction with a denominator of 100. Using equivalent fractions, the resource shows how to change percents to a fraction without a denominator of 100. The...
As part of an initiative to strengthen our young adults' financial understanding, this problem explores the cost of bread and minimum wage since the 1930s. Learners are asked to find the percent increase from each year and compare it...
Visualize methods of finding percents. Classmates find a percent of a quantity using two methods including a visual model in the 26th instructional activity in a series of 29. By the end of the instructional activity, scholars find...
Which of the three percent questions is being asked? There are three basic types of percent problems, the resource covers the type when the percent is unknown. The resource shows two methods of finding the percent, either through the use...
Class members solve problems to find the whole when given a percent. They use double line numbers and factors of hundred to help break the 100 percent into equal segments.
Increase your class's knowledge of percent change several fold. Viewers of an informative video learn how to calculate percent increase and decrease. They also see how to determine percent error and look at examples of each type of...
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