## Percentages Worksheets

Welcome to the percentages math worksheet page where we are 100% committed to providing excellent math worksheets. This page includes Percentages worksheets including calculating percentages of a number, percentage rates, and original amounts and percentage increase and decrease worksheets.

As you probably know, percentages are a special kind of decimal. Most calculations involving percentages involve using the percentage in its decimal form. This is achieved by dividing the percentage amount by 100. There are many worksheets on percentages below. In the first few sections, there are worksheets involving the three main types of percentage problems: calculating the percentage value of a number, calculating the percentage rate of one number compared to another number, and calculating the original amount given the percentage value and the percentage rate.

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## Percentage Calculations

Calculating the percentage value of a number involves a little bit of multiplication. One should be familiar with decimal multiplication and decimal place value before working with percentage values. The percentage value needs to be converted to a decimal by dividing by 100. 18%, for example is 18 ÷ 100 = 0.18. When a question asks for a percentage value of a number, it is asking you to multiply the two numbers together.

Example question: What is 18% of 2800? Answer: Convert 18% to a decimal and multiply by 2800. 2800 × 0.18 = 504. 504 is 18% of 2800.

- Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Number Results) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Number Results) (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Number Results) (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Number Results) (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Number Results) (Percents that are multiples of 25%)
- Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Number Results) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Number Results) (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Number Results) (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Number Results) (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Number Results) (Percents that are multiples of 25%)
- Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Dollar Results) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Dollar Results) (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Dollar Results) (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Dollar Results) (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Whole Dollar Results) (Percents that are multiples of 25%)
- Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Dollar Results) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Dollar Results) (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Dollar Results) (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Dollar Results) (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage Value (Decimal Dollar Results) (Percents that are multiples of 25%)

Calculating what percentage one number is of another number is the second common type of percentage calculation. In this case, division is required followed by converting the decimal to a percentage. If the first number is 100% of the value, the second number will also be 100% if the two numbers are equal; however, this isn't usually the case. If the second number is less than the first number, the second number is less than 100%. If the second number is greater than the first number, the second number is greater than 100%. A simple example is: What percentage of 10 is 6? Because 6 is less than 10, it must also be less than 100% of 10. To calculate, divide 6 by 10 to get 0.6; then convert 0.6 to a percentage by multiplying by 100. 0.6 × 100 = 60%. Therefore, 6 is 60% of 10.

Example question: What percentage of 3700 is 2479? First, recognize that 2479 is less than 3700, so the percentage value must also be less than 100%. Divide 2479 by 3700 and multiply by 100. 2479 ÷ 3700 × 100 = 67%.

- Calculating the Percentage a Whole Number is of Another Whole Number Calculating the Percentage a Whole Number is of Another Whole Number (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage a Whole Number is of Another Whole Number (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage a Whole Number is of Another Whole Number (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage a Whole Number is of Another Whole Number (Percents that are multiples of 25%)
- Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Number is of a Whole Number Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Number is of a Whole Number (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Number is of a Whole Number (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Number is of a Whole Number (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Number is of a Whole Number (Percents that are multiples of 25%)
- Calculating the Percentage a Whole Dollar Amount is of Another Whole Dollar Amount Calculating the Percentage a Whole Dollar Amount is of Another Whole Dollar Amount (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage a Whole Dollar Amount is of Another Whole Dollar Amount (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage a Whole Dollar Amount is of Another Whole Dollar Amount (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage a Whole Dollar Amount is of Another Whole Dollar Amount (Percents that are multiples of 25%)
- Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Dollar Amount is of a Whole Dollar Amount Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Dollar Amount is of a Whole Dollar Amount (Percents from 1% to 99%) Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Dollar Amount is of a Whole Dollar Amount (Select percents) Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Dollar Amount is of a Whole Dollar Amount (Percents that are multiples of 5%) Calculating the Percentage a Decimal Dollar Amount is of a Whole Dollar Amount (Percents that are multiples of 25%)

The third type of percentage calculation involves calculating the original amount from the percentage value and the percentage. The process involved here is the reverse of calculating the percentage value of a number. To get 10% of 100, for example, multiply 100 × 0.10 = 10. To reverse this process, divide 10 by 0.10 to get 100. 10 ÷ 0.10 = 100.

Example question: 4066 is 95% of what original amount? To calculate 4066 in the first place, a number was multiplied by 0.95 to get 4066. To reverse this process, divide to get the original number. In this case, 4066 ÷ 0.95 = 4280.

- Calculating the Original Amount from a Whole Number Result and a Percentage Calculating the Original Amount (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Whole Numbers ) Calculating the Original Amount (Select percents) ( Whole Numbers ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Whole Numbers ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Whole Numbers )
- Calculating the Original Amount from a Decimal Number Result and a Percentage Calculating the Original Amount (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Decimals ) Calculating the Original Amount (Select percents) ( Decimals ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Decimals ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Decimals )
- Calculating the Original Amount from a Whole Dollar Result and a Percentage Calculating the Original Amount (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers ) Calculating the Original Amount (Select percents) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers )
- Calculating the Original Amount from a Decimal Dollar Result and a Percentage Calculating the Original Amount (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals ) Calculating the Original Amount (Select percents) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals ) Calculating the Original Amount (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals )
- Mixed Percentage Calculations with Whole Number Percentage Values Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Whole Numbers ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Select percents) ( Whole Numbers ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Whole Numbers ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Whole Numbers )
- Mixed Percentage Calculations with Decimal Percentage Values Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Decimals ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Select percents) ( Decimals ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Decimals ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Decimals )
- Mixed Percentage Calculations with Whole Dollar Percentage Values Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Select percents) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Dollar Amounts and Whole Numbers )
- Mixed Percentage Calculations with Decimal Dollar Percentage Values Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents from 1% to 99%) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Select percents) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 5%) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals ) Mixed Percentage Calculations (Percents that are multiples of 25%) ( Dollar Amounts and Decimals )

## Percentage 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 determine 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 percentage change (using the formula) will be negative.

- Percentage Increase/Decrease With Whole Number Percentage Values Percentage Increase/Decrease Whole Numbers with 1% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Whole Numbers with 5% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Whole Numbers with 25% Intervals
- Percentage Increase/Decrease With Decimal Number Percentage Values Percentage Increase/Decrease Decimals with 1% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Decimals with 5% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Decimals with 25% Intervals
- Percentage Increase/Decrease With Whole Dollar Percentage Values Percentage Increase/Decrease Whole Dollar Amounts with 1% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Whole Dollar Amounts with 5% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Whole Dollar Amounts with 25% Intervals
- Percentage Increase/Decrease With Decimal Dollar Percentage Values Percentage Increase/Decrease Decimal Dollar Amounts with 1% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Decimal Dollar Amounts with 5% Intervals Percentage Increase/Decrease Decimal Dollar Amounts with 25% Intervals

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## Percent Worksheets

This ensemble of printable percentage worksheets is tailor-made for students of grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8. A plethora of exercises like finding the percent of the shaded region, finding percent of a whole numbers and decimals, comparing quantities, well-researched word problems and a lot more are available here. The pdf worksheets are split into metric and customary units to enable convenient downloads. Access some of these worksheets for free!

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Percent of the Shaded Region: Blocks

Engage in this series of base 10 blocks worksheets that contain nine problems per page. Discern and count the shaded squares to determine the percentage of the shaded area.

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Percent of the Shaded Region: Shapes

Keenly observe the shaded region of the shapes provided. Find the percentage of the shaded area in each problem.

Percent of a Whole Number

Each 6th grade worksheet contains 14 problems calculating the percentage of whole numbers. Use the answer keys to verify your responses.

Percent: Units of Measurement with Word Problems

Calculate the amount for each base value in these worksheets that contain units of measurement. Also, solve the percent word problems based on interesting real-life scenarios.

Percent of a Decimal Number

Find the value that constitutes an equivalent percentage for each decimal and round them to the nearest hundredth.

Comparing Quantities: with Word Problems

Work out the percentages. Then, compare them and insert the appropriate <, > or = symbols in the boxes. Word problems are also furnished to help learners grasp the concept of comparing quantities.

Percent on a Number Line

Based on the number line models provided, fill in the boxes with either the appropriate percentages or numbers. These printable worksheets form a great visual aid for 6th grade and 7th grade students in understanding percentages.

Find the Value of the Unknowns

Read each question carefully to find the unknown percentages, base values or amounts. Round your answers to the nearest hundredth.

Percent of Increase or Decrease: with Word Problems

Based on the original amount, find the ratio of change in quantity. Then, calculate the percentage of increase or decrease. Each worksheet includes a number of word problems suitable for 7th grade and 8th grade students.

Find the New Amount: Percent of Increase or Decrease

Find the increase or decrease in amount using the given percentage. Add or subtract the amount so derived to determine the change in quantity. A few word problems are incorporated here for variety.

Percent Error

There's no room for error in our enigmatic pdf worksheets on calculating the percent error in an estimate! Practice finding the difference between a guess and the exact value in the form of percentage in this section.

Convert between Fractions, Decimals, Percent Worksheets

Engage this set of printable worksheets that include an assortment of exercises based on conversion between fractions, decimals and percent.

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## What is a percentage?

A percentage is a number or ratio representing a fraction of 100, and it is denoted by the symbol %.

## How to calculate the percentage of a number?

Calculating the percentage of a number can be very easy. The number that you need to convert into percentage can be given to you in two ways, fraction and decimal.

1. Percentages and decimals

The decimal format is easier to calculate. Converting a decimal is simple as all you need to do is multiply it with 100. Example: To covert 0.77 to a percent, simply multiply 0.77 by 100, to get a result of 77%

2. Percentages and fractions

If you are given a fraction, first you need to divide the top number with the bottom number and then multiply it with a 100 to get the percentage.

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Key to Percents first emphasizes mental computation and estimation skills--since most work with percents is done without pencil and paper. Then students are taught to solve percent problems using equal fractions and decimal multiplication. Finally, percents are used to solve word problems in a variety of applications. Key to Percents assumes only a knowledge of fraction and decimal computation. Book 1 covers Percent Concepts. Book 2 covers Percents and Fractions. Book 3 covers Percents and Decimals.

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## Free Printable Percentage Worksheets | Percentages Word Problems Worksheets for Practice

Percentage is a concept that children often difficulty with while solving related problems. There are several areas in percentages that you need to master in order to get grip on the concept. Our Percentage Worksheets include finding Percentage of a Number, Calculating Percentage Increase, Decrease, changing decimals to and from percents, etc. You will learn percentage is nothing but a fraction over 100. Learn useful tricks, converting between fractions to percentages, percentages, and parts of a whole expressed as a percent value.

Solve the Problems in the Percentage Worksheets with Solutions and cross-check where you went wrong. You will no longer feel the concept of percentage difficult once you start practicing these plethora of percent worksheets regularly. In fact, you can find different methods of solving the percentage related problems in no time along with a clear and straight forward description.

## Quick Links for Percentage Concepts

Below is the list of Percentage Worksheets available for several underlying concepts. In order to access them, you just need to click on the quick links available and solve the related problems easily. Worksheets on Percentages will make students of different grades familiar with various concepts of Percentages such as Percentage Increase, Percentage Decrease, Conversion from Percentage to Decimal, Fraction, Ratio, and Vice Versa. Percentage Worksheets are free to download, easy to use, and flexible.

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## Percentage Word Problem Worksheets

Percentages can be calculated from fractions and decimals. Although there are many steps to calculate a percentage, it can be simplified a bit. Multiplication is used if you work with a decimal, and division is used to convert a mixed number to a percentage.

The word percentage means 100 percent. For example, 10 percent means 10 out of 100. This can be written as 10 or 10% or as a fraction of 10/100, or as a decimal such as .10. It can look at numbers written in different formats and choose them as potential percentages can help students prepare for tests.

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Cuemath's interactive math worksheets consist of visual simulations to help your child visualize the concepts being taught, i.e., "see things in action and reinforce learning from it." The percentage word problem worksheets follow a step-by-step learning process that helps students better understand concepts, recognize mistakes, and possibly develop a strategy to tackle future problems and In the Percent Problems Worksheet, we will also practice different types of questions about calculating percentage word problems.

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## Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheets

Welcome to our Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheets page. In this area, we have a selection of worksheets involving finding percentage increases and decreases and working out percentage change.

There are also links to our handy Percentage Increase Calculator and also our How to Find Percentage Change support page to help you with these skills.

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We have a wide range of worksheets on this page to help you learn and practice working with percentage increases and decreases.

Before you learn about percentage increases and decreases, you need to know how to find the percentage of a number.

The worksheets available on this page include:

- finding the final amount after a percentage increase or decrease;
- finding the percentage change between two different amounts;
- solving percentage increase and decrease word problems.
- solving percentage change word problems

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## Find the Percentage Increase and Decrease Online Quiz

How to find the percentage change.

The percentage change is when we know the initial value and the final value and we need to find the percentage increase or decrease.

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## How to Find the Percentage Increase & Decrease

If we know the initial amount, and we need to find the final amount after a percentage increase or decrease, we just need to follow these two simple steps:

- Step 1) Work out the percentage of the original amount.
- Step 2a) If it is a percentage increase , then add this amount to the original amount.
- Step 2b) If it is a percentage decrease , then subtract this amount from the original amount.

We have now found our final amount after the percentage increase or decrease.

## Percentage Increase and Decrease Worked Examples

Example 1) a laptop usually costs $750. it is reduced by 15% in a sale. what is the sale price.

Step 1) Work out the percentage.

15% of $750 = $112.50

Step 2) Subtract the amount from the original price.

$750 - $112.50 = $637.50

The sale price of the laptop is $637.50.

## Example 2) I have $6000 which I leave in a savings account for a year. The interest rate is 3%. How much money will I have at the end of a year?

3% of $6000 = $180

Step 2) Add the amount to the original price.

$6000 + $180 = $6180

At the end of a year, I have $6180.

## Example 3) A bag of rice weighs 40 ounces. A larger bag weighs 35% more. How much does the larger bag weigh?

35% of 40 = 14

40 + 14 = 54

The larger bag weighs 54 ounces.

## Example 3) An uncut version of a film lasts 150 minutes. The released version lasts 18% less time. How long does the released version last?

18% of 150 = 27

150 - 27 = 123

The released version lasts 123 minutes.

Here you will find a selection of worksheets on percentage increase and decrease.

We have split the worksheets into 3 different sections:

- Set 1) Percentage Increase and Decrease - finding the final amount when a percentage and an initial amount are given;
- Set 2) Percentage Change worksheets - finding the percentage change between an intial amount and a final amount are given;
- Set 3) Percentage Increase / Decrease / Change - finding the final amount after percentage increases and decreases, as well as the percentage change.

The sheets are graded so that the easier ones are at the top.

## Set 1) Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheets

These worksheets involve finding a final amount, when an initial amount and a percentage increase or decrease are given.

- Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheet 1
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- Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheet 2
- Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheet 3
- Percentage Increase and Decrease Worksheet 4
- Percentage Increase and Decrease Word Problems 1

## Set 2) Percentage Change Worksheets

- Find the Percentage Change Sheet 1
- Find the Percentage Change Sheet 2
- Percentage Change Word Problems Sheet 1
- Percentage Change Word Problems Sheet 2

## Set 3) Percentage Increase, Decrease & Change Worksheets

- Percentage Increase, Decrease & Change Sheet 1
- Percentage Increase, Decrease & Change Sheet 2
- Percentage Increase, Decrease & Change Word Problems 1
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- one calculator will work out the percentage change given an initial and final amount;
- the other calculator will find the final amount given a percentage increase (or decrease) and an initial amount.

The calculator will not just find the answer for you, but also show you the working out for each step.

## Reverse Percentage Calculator

Sometimes you are told what the percentage increase/decrease is, and you are also told the final number.

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Our reverse percentage calculator will help you to find the original number.

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## Percentage of Money Amounts

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## Converting Percentages to Fractions

To convert a fraction to a percentage follows on simply from converting a fraction to a decimal.

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In worksheet on percent problems we will practice various types of questions on calculating percentage problems. To answer the questions review application of percentage before practicing the sheet.

1. Fill in the blanks:

(i) The symbol of percent is …………………..

(ii) The word ‘cent’ means …………………..

(iii) \(\frac{39}{100}\)is same as …………………..

(iv) 0.19 in percent form can be written as …………………..

(v) \(\frac{7}{25}\)= …………………..%

2. Express each of the following percent (%):

(viii) 1.073

3. In each case, given below, express the second quantity as the percent of the first:

(iii) 5 m, 80m

(iv) 0.8, 0.6

(vi) 1.8, 1.35

4. Find the resulting (increased or decreased) quantity due to:

(i) 15 % increase in 38 kg

5. Mr. Sharma has a monthly salary of $ 7, 500. If he spends $ 6,250 every month, find his expenditure and savings in percent?

6. In a school there are 1500 boys and some are girls. If the number of boys are 75 %, calculate the number of girls.

7. A man bought an old car and spent 20 % of the cost on repairs. If his total cost including repairs was $ 1,20,000, at what price did he buy the car?

8. The total capacity of a tank is 200 litres. At present it is 60 % full with water. Some water is taken from the tank and it is found that the tank is now 35 % full. Find the quantity of water taken.

9. In a mixture of two liquids A and B: 35 % is liquid B. If the total quantity of the mixture is 20 kg; find the quantity of A, by weight, in the mixture.

10. The price of an article increased from $ 16 to $ 20; find the percentage increase.

11. After an increase of 20 %; a number becomes 540. Find the original number.

12. Mr. Mohan saves 33 % of his income, what percent of his income does he spend?

13. There are 250 students in grade V. Out of these 100 are girls. What percent of students are girls? What percent of students are boys?

14. David read 150 pages of a book. If the book contains 200 pages, what percent of the book has David read?

15. 20% of the trees in an orchard are orange trees. If there are 50 orange trees, what is the total number of trees in the orchard?

Answers for the worksheet on percent problems are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.

(ii) One hundred

2. (i) 10 %

3. (i) 80 %

4. (i) 43.75 kg

(ii) $ 506.25

(iii) 33.36

7. $ 1,00,000

8. 50 litres.

13. 40% girls 60% boys

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