Math Antics - What Are Percentages?
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Math Antics - Finding A Percent Of A Number
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Math Antics - What Percent Is It?
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Math Antics - Percents Missing Total
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Math Antics - Percents And Equivalent Fractions
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Math Antics - Ratios And Rates
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Percentage Trick - Solve precentages mentally - percentages made easy with the cool math trick!
Percentages can be done mentally both accurately and rapidly using this cool math trick. Become a genius in no time!
Percentages - fast math lesson
This video looks at the way to easily work out percentages. This is an essential part of math.
Math Antics - Convert any Fraction to a Decimal
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Here we learn that you can use division to convert any fraction into its decimal form. The video clearly illustrates the 'long division' algorithm and also teaches the notation for expressing repeating decimal answers.
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Math Antics - How to determine the Percent Of a Number?
Math Antics - How to determine the Percent Of a Number?
Converting Between Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
Alright, so we've mastered fractions, decimals, and percentages, so let's quickly learn how to convert between them. This is important if you want to do calculations where you apply some percentage to a value, or a million other every day scenarios. Don't worry, it's easy!
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Math Antics - Fractions and Decimals
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Percentage increase and decrease
In this math lesson we explore how to increase or decrease an amount by a given percentage - through simple multiplication.
The method for doing this type of percentage problem is as follows, where we find 35 increased by 20%.
First we start with the whole amount - in this case 35. Percentages describe a number expressed as a fraction of 100, so as 35 is the whole amount it is 100% or 100/100 or 1. To take off 20% we are taking off 20/100 or 0.2 of this - so 1 - 0.2 = 0.8.
0.8 of 35 is the same as 0.8 x 35 = 28.0.
Fraction to Percent Conversion
This math video tutorial explains how to convert fractions into percents without a calculator. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems. This video also explains how to convert mixed numbers into percentages.
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Percents of Increase and Decrease
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Algebra Basics: Laws Of Exponents - Math Antics
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Shortcut for Percent Word Problems: tax, discounts, sales! (Simplifying Math)
Quick lesson showing how percent problems do apply to real life!
Math Antics - Rounding
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