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200

What percent of this is shaded?

46%

200

Percents to Decimals 4%

0.04

200

Does .5 equal 5%?

No because .5 or 0.5 = 5/10 or 50/100 which is 50% and .05 or 0.05 equals 5/100 which is 5%.

200

40% of 30 *< > =* 60% of 20.

= because 30 x .40 equals 12 and 20 x .60 equals 12.

300

Rhonda made a drawing using 55 black markers, 45 blue markers, and 25 green markers. Write a percent to represent the number of green markers Rhonda used in the drawing.

25/125 = 1/5 = 20%

300

Percents to Decimals 7.5%

0.075

300

There are 60 pens in the classroom and 30% of the pens are purple. How many purple pens are in the classroom?

18 pens

300

25% of 20 *< > or = *10% of 50

= because 20 times .25 = 5 and 50 x .10 = 5 remember we are multiplying since we know the whole and percent have to find the part/percent of 20 and 50.

400

Are 60% and

3/5

equivalent?

Yes since 60% = 0.6 and 3 divided 5 = 0.6

400

Are 55% and

2/4

equivalent?

No since 2/4 = 0.5 and 55% = 0.55

400

Are

20/10 and 200%

equivalent?

Yes since 20/10 = 2/1 which is 2 wholes or 100% + 100% which is 200%

400

50 is 25% of what number?

200 since 50

divide

.25 = 200

500

Percent to Decimal .9%

0.009

500

John has 25 basketballs, 20 footballs, 25 volleyballs, and 30 tennis balls.

Write the simplified fraction, decimal, and percent that are basketballs.

1/4, 0.25, and 25%

500

Ava has 90 apples.

If 30% of her apples are red and 50% are green, how other colored apples does she have? (HINT: 20% or any percent is incorrect)

18 apples that are other colors.

500

20% of the cars in a parking lot are blue. There are 8 blue cars. How many cars are in the parking lot?

**40 cars **

since 8

divide

.20 = 40

We are dividing since we know part of the whole and we are trying to find the whole.