Revising Non-Calculator Percentage Problems

Revising Non-Calculator Percentage Problems
Revising Non-Calculator Percentage Problems

              Revising Non-Calculator Percentage Problems

              Students revise how to use non-calculator methods to find a percentage of an amount.  Later, as learning progresses students are challenged to combine percentages problems involving long multiplication and long division.
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              Percentages Foundation
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