# Percentages Questions and Answers Fractions Decimals and Percentages

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Percentages Questions and Answers • Fractions, Decimals and Percentages • Finding Percentages • Percentage Increase/Decrease • Reverse Percentages • You tube playlist LINK

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Percentages find Increase (1. . . Decrease (100 - 70% 0. 7 1. 7 0. 3 7% 0. 07 1. 07 0. 93 16. 5% 0. 165 1. 165 . 835 23% 0. 23 1. 23 0. 77 5. 25% 0. 0525 1. 0525 0. 9475 16% 0. 16 1. 16 . 84 3% 0. 03 1. 03 0. 97 11% . 11 1. 11 0. 89 Find 12% of 500 X 0. 12 Increase 500 by 12% 500 x 1. 12 Decrease 500 by 12% 500 x 0. 88

Contents N 5 Percentages N 5. 1 Fractions, decimals and percentages N 5. 2 Percentages of quantities N 5. 3 Finding a percentage change N 5. 4 Increasing and decreasing by a percentage N 5. 5 Reverse percentages N 5. 6 Compound percentages

Percentage increase The value of Frank’s house has gone up by 20% since last year. If the house was worth £ 150 000 last year how much is it worth now? There are two methods to increase an amount by a given percentage. Method 1 We can work out 20% of £ 150 000 and then add this to the original amount. The amount of the increase = 20% of £ 150 000 = 0. 2 × £ 150 000 = £ 30 000 The new value = £ 150 000 + £ 30 000 = £ 180 000

Percentage increase Method 2 If we don’t need to know the actual value of the increase we can find the result in a single calculation. We can represent the original amount as 100% like this: 100% When we add on 20%, 20% we have 120% of the original amount. Finding 120% of the original amount is equivalent to finding 20% and adding it on.

Percentage increase So, to increase £ 150 000 by 20% we need to find 120% of £ 150 000 = 1. 2 × £ 150 000 = £ 180 000 In general, if you start with a given amount (100%) and you increase it by x%, then you will end up with (100 + x)% of the original amount. To convert (100 + x)% to a decimal multiplier we have to divide (100 + x) by 100. This is usually done mentally.

Percentage increase Here are some more examples using this method: Increase £ 50 by 60%. 160% × £ 50 = 1. 6 × £ 50 Increase £ 86 by 17. 5%. 117. 5% × £ 86 = = £ 80 Increase £ 24 by 35% 135% × £ 24 = 1. 35 × £ 24 = £ 32. 40 1. 175 × £ 86 = £ 101. 05 Increase £ 300 by 2. 5%. 102. 5% × £ 300 = 1. 025 × £ 300 = £ 307. 50

Percentage decrease A CD walkman originally costing £ 75 is reduced by 30% in a sale. What is the sale price? There are two methods to decrease an amount by a given percentage. Method 1 We can work out 30% of £ 75 and then subtract this from the original amount. The amount taken off = 30% of £ 75 = 0. 3 × £ 75 = £ 22. 50 The sale price = £ 75 – £ 22. 50 = £ 52. 50

Percentage decrease Method 2 We can use this method to find the result of a percentage decrease in a single calculation. We can represent the original amount as 100% like this: 70% When we subtract 30% 100% 30% we have 70% of the original amount. Finding 70% of the original amount is equivalent to finding 30% and subtracting it.

Percentage decrease So, to decrease £ 75 by 30% we need to find 70% of £ 75 = 0. 7 × £ 75 = £ 52. 50 In general, if you start with a given amount (100%) and you decrease it by x%, then you will end up with (100 – x)% of the original amount. To convert (100 – x)% to a decimal multiplier we have to divide (100 – x) by 100. This is usually done mentally.

Percentage decrease Here are some more examples using this method: Decrease £ 65 by 20%. 80% × £ 65 = 0. 8 × £ 65 Decrease £ 320 by 3. 5%. 96. 5% × £ 320 = = £ 52 Decrease £ 56 by 34% 66% × £ 56 = 0. 66 × £ 56 = £ 36. 96 0. 965 × £ 320 = £ 308. 80 Decrease £ 1570 by 95%. 5% × £ 1570 = 0. 05 × £ 1570 = £ 78. 50

Percentage increase and decrease

Contents N 5 Percentages N 5. 1 Fractions, decimals and percentages N 5. 2 Percentages of quantities N 5. 3 Finding a percentage change N 5. 4 Increasing and decreasing by a percentage N 5. 5 Reverse percentages N 5. 6 Compound percentages

Reverse percentages Sometimes, we are given the result of a given percentage increase or decrease and we have to find the original amount. I bought some jeans in a sale. They had 15% off and I only paid £ 25. 50 for them. What is the original price of the jeans? We can solve this using inverse operations. Let p be the original price of the jeans. p × 0. 85 = £ 25. 50 so p= £ 25. 50 ÷ 0. 85 = £ 30

Reverse percentages Sometimes, we are given the result of a given percentage increase or decrease and we have to find the original amount. I bought some jeans in a sale. They had 15% off and I only paid £ 25. 50 for them. What is the original price of the jeans? We can show this using a diagram: × 0. 85% Price before discount. Price after discount. ÷ 0. 85%

Reverse percentages

Reverse percentages We can also use a unitary method to solve these type of percentage problems. For example, Christopher’s monthly salary after a 5% pay rise is £ 1312. 50. What was his original salary? The new salary represents 105% of the original salary = £ 1312. 50 1% of the original salary = £ 1312. 50 ÷ 105 100% of the original salary = £ 1312. 50 ÷ 105 × 100 = £ 1250 This method has more steps involved but may be easier to remember.

Contents N 5 Percentages N 5. 1 Fractions, decimals and percentages N 5. 2 Percentages of quantities N 5. 3 Finding a percentage change N 5. 4 Increasing and decreasing by a percentage N 5. 5 Reverse percentages N 5. 6 Compound percentages

Compound percentages A jacket is reduced by 20% in a sale. Two weeks later the shop reduces the price by a further 10%. What is the total percentage discount? It is not 30%! When a percentage change is followed by another percentage change do not add the percentages together to find the total percentage change. The second percentage change is found on a new amount and not on the original amount.

Compound percentages A jacket is reduced by 20% in a sale. Two weeks later the shop reduces the price by a further 10%. What is the total percentage discount? To find a 20% decrease we multiply by 80% or 0. 8. To find a 10% decrease we multiply by 90% or 0. 9. A 20% discount followed by a 10% discount is equivalent to multiplying the original price by 0. 8 and then by 0. 9. original price × 0. 8 × 0. 9 = original price × 0. 72

Compound percentages A jacket is reduced by 20% in a sale. Two weeks later the shop reduces the price by a further 10%. What is the total percentage discount? The sale price is 72% of the original price. This is equivalent to a 28% discount. A 20% discount followed by a 10% discount A 28% discount

Compound percentages A jacket is reduced by 20% in a sale. Two weeks later the shop reduces the price by a further 10%. What is the total percentage discount? Suppose the original price of the jacket is £ 100. After a 20% discount it costs 0. 8 × £ 100 = £ 80 After an other 10% discount it costs 0. 9 × £ 80 = £ 72 is 72% of £ 100 is equivalent to a 28% discount altogether.

Compound percentages Jenna invests in some shares. After one week the value goes up by 10%. The following week they go down by 10%. Has Jenna made a loss, a gain or is she back to her original investment? To find a 10% increase we multiply by 110% or 1. 1. To find a 10% decrease we multiply by 90% or 0. 9. original amount × 1. 1 × 0. 9 = original amount × 0. 99 Fiona has 99% of her original investment and has therefore made a 1% loss.

Compound percentages

Compound interest Jack puts £ 500 into a savings account with an annual compound interest rate of 6%. How much will he have in the account at the end of 4 years if he doesn’t add or withdraw any money? At the end of each year interest is added to the total amount in the account. This means that each year 5% of an ever larger amount is added to the account. To increase the amount in the account by 5% we need to multiply it by 105% or 1. 05. We can do this for each year that the money is in the account.

Compound interest At the end of year 1 Jack has £ 500 × 1. 05 = £ 525 At the end of year 2 Jack has £ 525 × 1. 05 = £ 551. 25 At the end of year 3 Jack has £ 551. 25 × 1. 05 = £ 578. 81 At the end of year 4 Jack has £ 578. 81 × 1. 05 = £ 607. 75 (These amounts are written to the nearest penny. ) We can write this in a single calculation as £ 500 × 1. 05 = £ 607. 75 Or using index notation as £ 500 × 1. 054 = £ 607. 75

Compound interest How much would Jack have after 10 years? After 10 years the investment would be worth £ 500 × 1. 0510 = £ 814. 45 (to the nearest 1 p) How long would it take for the money to double? Using trial and improvement, £ 500 × 1. 0514 = £ 989. 97 (to the nearest 1 p) £ 500 × 1. 0515 = £ 1039. 46 (to the nearest 1 p) It would take 15 years for the money to double.

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Repeated percentage change We can use powers to help solve many problems involving repeated percentage increase and decrease. For example, The population of a village increases by 2% each year. If the current population is 2345, what will it be in 5 years? To increase the population by 2% we multiply it by 1. 02. After 5 years the population will be 2345 × 1. 025 = 2589 (to the nearest whole) What will the population be after 10 years? After 5 years the population will be 2345 × 1. 0210 = 2859 (to the nearest whole)

Repeated percentage change The value of a new car depreciates at a rate of 15% a year. The car costs £ 24 000 in 2005. How much will it be worth in 2013? To decrease the value by 15% we multiply it by 0. 85. There are 8 years between 2005 and 2013. After 8 years the value of the car will be £ 24 000 × 0. 858 = £ 6540 (to the nearest pound)

Reverse • Bought a car 1 year ago and it has lost 45% of its value and is worth £ 3000 now, what did it cost me? • ? X. 55 = £ 3000 so ? = 3000/0. 55 = £ 5454. 55

Compound • Invest £ 5000 for 5 years earns 3% compound interest • 5000 x 1. 03^5

Percentages find Increase (1. . . Decrease (100 - 70% 0. 7 1. 7 0. 3 7% 0. 07 1. 07 0. 93 16. 5% 0. 165 1. 165 . 835 23% 0. 23 1. 23 0. 77 5. 25% 0. 0525 1. 0525 0. 9475 16% 0. 16 1. 16 . 84 3% 0. 03 1. 03 0. 97 11% . 11 1. 11 0. 89 Find 12% of 500 X 0. 12 Increase 500 by 12% 500 x 1. 12 Decrease 500 by 12% 500 x 0. 88

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Home 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. a) b) c) d) e) 75% 10% 20% 35% 42% a) b) c) d) e) 0. 7 0. 25 0. 3 0. 15 0. 05 a) b) c) d) e) 60% 70% 8% 27% 80% a) b) c) d) e) ¼ 33/100 51/100 4/5 1/5 a) b) c) d) e) 0. 4 0. 9 0. 74 0. 03 0. 05 a) b) c) d) e) 7/10 3/5 11/50 7/20 21/50

ANSWERS Finding Percentages 1) Some percentages I can find easily by doing a single sum, what single sums can I 1. do to find: a) divide by 10 b) divide by 2 a. 10% b. 50% c. 25% c) divide by 4 2) If I know 10% how can I find: 2. a) half the answer a. 5% b. 1% c. 20 % d. 90% b) divide by 10 c) double 3) If I know 50% how can I find: d) multiply by 9 or subtract a. 5% b. 25% 10% from original quantity 3. 4) Find: a) divide by 10 b) half 50% a. 30% of 250 b. 40% of 500 c. 15% of 220 d. 75% of 84 4. 5) Find: a) 75 b) 200 a. 35% of 440 b. 65% of 450 c. 16% of 220 d. 82% of 96 c) 33 d) 63 6) Find: 5. a. 94% of 640 b. 8% of 520 c. 27% of 220 d. 53% of 96 a) 154 b) 292. 5 7) Compare you methods for the questions above with a partner, where they the c) 35. 2 d) 78. 72 same ? 6. Home a) b) c) d) 601. 6 41. 6 59. 4 50. 88

ANSWERS 1. 2. a) 319. 5 b)434. 52 5. Explain how you would use a calculator to c)177. 5 decrease an amount by a given percent. d) 636. 16 e)727. 04 6. Decrease the following amounts by 28% 3. a) £ 225 a)134. 40 b) £ 306 b)157. 20 c)186 c) £ 125 d)195 d) £ 448 e)239. 88 e) £ 512 4. a)73. 50 7. A TV costs £ 120, how much will it cost if its b) 77. 91 price is decreased by: c)91. 49 a) 19% 5. 6. b) 32% a)162 c) 79% b)220. 32 d) 73. 5% c)90 d) 322. 56 e) 42% e)368. 64 8. A car bought for £ 6, 500 depreciates in 7. value by 12. 5% each year, how much will it a)97. 20 b) 81. 60 be worth after: c)25. 20 a) 1 year d)31. 80 b) 2 years e)69. 60 8. c) 5 years? a)5687. 50 b) 4976. 56 c)333. 91 Percentage Increase/Decrease 1. Explain how you would use a calculator to increase an amount by a given percent. 2. Increase the following amounts by 42% a)£ 225 b) £ 306 c)£ 125 d)£ 448 e)£ 512 3. A TV costs £ 120, how much will it cost if its price is increased by: a) 12% b)31% c)55% d)62. 5% e)99. 9% 4. Simon puts £ 70 in a bank, each year the money in his bank increase by 5. 5%, how much does he have in: a) 1 year b)2 years c)5 years? Home

Reverse Percentages 1. What would you multiply an amount by to increase it by: a) 15% b)25% c)4% d)0. 5% e)13. 5% 2. Find the original prices of these prices that have been increased by the given percentage: a) Cost= £ 49. 5 after 10% increase b)Cost= £ 74. 75 after 15% increase c)Cost= £ 61 after 22% increase d)Cost= £ 104 after 30% increase e)Cost= £ 120 after 50% increase 3. I have £ 252 in my bank account; this is due to me earning 5% interest on what I originally had put in. How much money did I have originally in my bank account? Home Answers 1. 4. What would you multiply an amount a) 1. 15 b) 1. 25 by to decrease it by: c) 1. 04 a) 15% d) 1. 005 b)25% e) 1. 135 2. c)4% a) 45 d)0. 5% b) 65 e)13. 5% c) 50 5. Find the original prices of these items d) 80 e) 80 that have been decreased by the given 3. 240 percentage: 4. a) Cost= £ 72 after 10% decrease a) 0. 85 b) 0. 75 b) Cost= £ 93. 5 after 15% decrease c) 0. 96 c) Cost= £ 39 after 35% decrease d) 0. 995 d) Cost= £ 4 9 fter 40% decrease e) 0. 865 e) Cost= £ 67. 50 after 55% decrease 5. a) 80 6. A Cars value has dropped by 11. 5% it b) 110 is now worth £ 3053. 25, what was it c) 60 worth when it was new? d) 15 e) 150 6. 3450

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