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7-7 Applying Percents Warm Up Warm Up Lesson Presentation Lesson Presentation Problem of the Day Problem of the Day Lesson Quizzes Lesson Quizzes

7-7 Applying Percents Warm Up Find the percent of each number. 1. 75% of 300 2. 93% of 56 3. 32% of 128 4. 9% of 60 225 52.08 40.96 5.4

7-7 Applying Percents Problem of the Day A chessboard is 8 squares wide by 8 squares long. Each player has 8 pawns, 1 king, and 7 other pieces. At the start of a game, all the pieces are on the board, 1 piece per square. What percent of the total number of squares have a chess piece? 50%

7-7 Applying Percents MA.6.A.5.1 Use equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, and percents to solve problems. Also MA.6.A.5.3 Sunshine State Standards

7-7 Applying Percents Vocabulary discount tip sales tax

7-7 Applying Percents Sales tax is an amount added to the price of an item. sales tax = price sales tax rate total cost = price + sales tax Sales tax A tip is an amount added to a bill for service. tip = bill tip rate total cost = bill + tip Tips A discount is an amount that is subtracted from the regular price of an item. discount = price discount rate total cost = price – discount Discounts Common Uses of Percents

7-7 Applying Percents Additional Example 1: Finding Discounts A clothing store is having a 10% off sale. If Angela wants to buy a sweater whose regular price is \$19.95, about how much will she pay for the sweater after the discount? Step 1: First round \$19.95 to \$20. Step 2: Find 10% of \$20 by multiplying 0.10 20. 10% of 20 = 0.10 \$20 = \$2.00 The approximate discount is \$2.00. Subtract this amount from \$20.00 to estimate the cost of the sweater. \$20.00 – \$2.00 = \$18.00 Angela will pay about \$18.00 for the sweater.

7-7 Applying Percents Check It Out: Example 1 A fishing store is having a 10% off sale. If Gerald wants to buy a fishing pole whose regular price is \$39.95, about how much will he pay for the pole after the discount? \$39.95 rounds to \$40. 10% of 40 = \$4 40 - 4 = \$36 He will pay about \$36.

7-7 Applying Percents When estimating percents, use percents that you can calculate mentally. You can find 10% of a number by moving the decimal point one place to the left. You can find 1% of a number by moving the decimal point two places to the left. You can find 5% of a number by finding one- half of 10% of the number.

7-7 Applying Percents Additional Example 2: Finding Tips Ben’s dinner bill is \$7.85. He wants to leave a tip that is 15% of the bill. About how much should his tip be? Step 1: First round \$7.85 to \$8. Step 2: Think: 15% = 10% + 5% Step 3: 5% = 10% ÷ 2 = \$0.80 ÷ 2 = \$0.40 Step 4: 15% = 10% + 5%. Ben should leave about \$1.20 as a tip. = \$0.80 + \$0.40 = \$1.20 10% of \$8 = 0.10 \$8 = \$0.80

7-7 Applying Percents Check It Out: Example 2 Fran’s breakfast bill is \$13.95. She wants to leave a tip that is 20% of the bill. About how much should her tip be? \$13.95 rounds to \$14. 2 1.40= \$2.80 She should tip about \$2.80. 10% of 14 = \$1.40

7-7 Applying Percents Additional Example 3: Finding Sales Tax Ann is buying a dog bed for \$29.75. The sales tax rate is 7%. About how much will the total cost of the dog bed be? Step 1: First round \$29.75 to \$30. Step 2: Think: 7% = 7 1% 1% of \$30 = 0.01 \$30 = \$0.30 Step 3: 7% = 7 1%. = 7 \$0.30 = \$2.10. The approximate sales tax is \$2.10. Add this amount to \$30 to estimate the total cost of the dog bed. \$30 + \$2.10 = \$32.10 Ann will pay about \$32.10 for the dog bed.

7-7 Applying Percents Check It Out: Example 3A \$19.83 rounds to \$20. 1% of 20 = \$0.20 8 0.20 = \$1.60. 20.00 + 1.60 = \$21.60 The total cost will be about \$21.60. Erik is buying a blanket for \$19.83. The sales tax rate is 8%. About how much will the total cost of the blanket be?

7-7 Applying Percents Check It Out: Example 3B Diana is \$39.95 rounds to \$40. 1% of 40 = \$0.40 8 0.40 = \$3.20. 40.00 + 3.20 = \$43.20 The total cost will be about \$43.20. Diana is buying a rice cooker for \$39.95. The sales tax rate is 8%. About how much will the total cost of the rice cooker be?

7-7 Applying Percents Standard Lesson Quiz Lesson Quizzes Lesson Quiz for Student Response Systems

7-7 Applying Percents Lesson Quiz 1. Sean’s new jeans are priced at \$29.97, but the sale sign reads, “Take 15% off.” About how much will the jeans cost after the discount? 2. The bill for a family dinner comes to \$56.78. About how much would a 20% tip be? 3. The price on a book is \$12.99. If sales tax is 4%, about how much will its total cost be? 4. Megan wants a new bike. She is happy to see a sign that reads, “All bikes 10% off.” If the original price of the bike was \$159.90 and sales tax is 6%, about how much will the total cost of the bike be? about \$11.50 about \$25.50 about \$13.50 about \$150

7-7 Applying Percents 1. A pair of shoes is priced at \$45.25. During a sale, a discount of 20% is offered on it. About how much will the pair of shoes cost after the discount? A. about \$20 B. about \$36 C. about \$26 D. about \$45 Lesson Quiz for Student Response Systems

7-7 Applying Percents 2. Mary and her friends ordered lunch from a restaurant. The bill came to \$27.85. About how much would a home delivery charge of 15% be? A. about \$1.5 B. about \$4.20 C. about \$2.7 D. about \$4.80 Lesson Quiz for Student Response Systems

7-7 Applying Percents 3. The price of a pen is \$6.60. If sales tax is 5%, about how much will its total cost be? A. about \$6.69 B. about \$7.26 C. about \$6.90 D. about \$7.60 Lesson Quiz for Student Response Systems

7-7 Applying Percents 4. Isaac wants to buy an MP3 player. The shop offers 10% discount on all MP3 players. If Isaac chooses an MP3 player whose original price is \$49.85 and sales tax rate is 8%, about how much will he have to pay? A. about \$41.40 B. about \$46.40 C. about \$48.50 D. about \$53.85 Lesson Quiz for Student Response Systems

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