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B L O O M S Evaluation Knowledge Evaluation Analysis Application Comprehension Analysis PLENARYPLENARY
Name the fraction that is equivalent to 25% Knowledge Question
Comprehension Question Show me a percentage of a quantity that you can easily work out
3 Explain how to convert a percentage to a decimal Comprehension Question
4 Demonstrate how to use a calculator to work out 13% of £25 Application Question
5 What is wrong with this calculation: 15% of 45 = 45 ÷ 15 = 3 Application Question
Convince me that 75% of 24 = 18
Analysis Question Convince me that £12 increased by 15% is £13.80
Analysis Question Show me a percentage between ½ and 1/3. How do you know?
Evaluating Question Show me an amount and a percentage increase which gives the answer of £44
Evaluating What is wrong: If a boy paid £30 for a pair of jeans in a 25% discount sale, the original price of the jeans was £37.50
Lesson 26 Percent of a Quantity
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions 6-5 Applying Percent of Increase and Decrease NS1.6 Calculate the percentage of increase and decrease of a quantity. NS1.7.
Application with Percents Discounted Sale Price and Sales Tax.
7 th Grade Math Ms. Richardson. Before, we answered all types of percent questions using proportions. However, when you are finding the percent of.
I WILL calculate what 30% is of a given decimal using a strip diagram.
Percentages Questions and Answers
I CAN find the discount and sale price of an item and find the tax and total price of an item after taxes.
Writing one number as a percentage of another
EXAMPLE 1 Finding a Sale Price You are shopping for a guitar and find one with an original price of $160. The store is offering a 30% discount on all guitars.
PERCENTAGES. WHAT IS A PERCENTAGE (%) ? A percentage is a number represented as a part of 100. How do we calculate a percentage of an amount? Write the.
Percentages (%) % Means out of 100. So 20% is the same as; 20 parts out of 100, or 20p in the £
9-3 6 th grade math Finding a Percent of a Number.
Section 27.1 Calculating Prices Chapter 27 pricing math Section 27.2 Calculating Discounts.
Finding a percent of a number Textbook January 13 th 14 th, 15 th, 16th.
Page 171 – Percent Problems
PERCENT(%) Lesson 11.
6.RP.3c Find a percent of a quantity as a rate per 100 (e.g., 30% of a quantity means 30/100 times the quantity); solve problems involving finding the.
Percentages 17/10/ October Contents Converting between Fractions Decimals and Percentages Finding a Percentage Profit & Loss Reverse Percentages.
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