Finding Percentages Worksheets
How to Determine the Percentage of One Integer in Relation to Another  When utilizing a percentage count to analyze two numbers, any genuine number might be utilized (whole numbers, decimals, or divisions. Be that as it may, the two numbers must be sure, or the two numbers must be negative. Separation either number by the other number, at that point, increase by 100 to change over the outcome to a %. If the two numbers are sure, and the subsequent rate is more prominent than 100%, the numerator is bigger than the denominator. On the off chance that the two numbers are negative, the inverse is valid: given similar outcomes, the numerator is littler than the denominator. A number line gives a visual model that is straightforward; it is not attainable to utilize it as a rule.

Basic Lesson
Students learn a three step procedure for finding the percentage of a number. Calculate 50 % of 80. The first step in calculating the percent of numbers is to change the percent to a decimal. When you see the word "of" in a word problem that signals multiplication, so take the decimal and multiply by the number. Multiply the number by percentage fraction. Multiply 80 by 50/100 = 80 x 0.50 = 40.
View worksheet 
Intermediate Lesson
Students are use algebra skills to determine missing percentages and products.
View worksheet 
Independent Practice 1
20 problems that practice the skill of percentage and whole number conversion.
View worksheet
What's With a Symbol?
Percent, denoted by the symbol "%" means hundredth or "per hundred." It is a fraction that is understood to have 100 as the denominator and is a common way of expressing comparisons between quantities.