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Using the Proportion Method to Solve Percent Problems

Tutorial and Exercises on solving three different types of percent problems

Percentage Questions

A PowerPoint slide show with an emphasis on part/whole. Gives example percentage problems and tools for solving them.

Percentages Tutorial

This site offers an excellent, common-sense explanation of percentages and provides many worked out problems.

Solving Percent Problems Using Proportions

1 page PDF explaining how to solve percentage problems with proportions; includes several worked out examples.

Pie Chart Percentages Applet

This applet solves percentage problems and shows visually what a part/whole looks like. When students choose any two numbers, the applet calculates the percentage and displays it on a pie chart.

Interactive Tutorial on Percentage

This applet lets you choose how many red squares (out of 100) are selected. Then, the computer displays the percentage.

Percentage/Percent Worksheets

This site lets teachers generate percentage worksheets by selecting the type of percentage questions desired.

Word Problem DrillsPercentage

This quiz gives students a value for percent change and makes them solve for either the new or old value. Includes hints.

Cool Math - Percentage Problems Calculator

A percentage calculator that allows students to input parts of a percentage problem and find the result.

Percentage Problems

Full worked out solutions to percentage questions with real-life data.

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