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Worksheet: Percentage Change

Q1:

A sports club’s entry ticket on a weekday costs $40, and, on the weekend, it costs $48. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent if Gabriel goes to the club on a weekday instead of a weekend.

Q2:

A sports club’s entry ticket on a weekday costs $16, and, on the weekend, it costs $23. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent if Billy goes to the club on a weekday instead of a weekend.

Q3:

A sports club’s entry ticket on a weekday costs $36, and, on the weekend, it costs $50. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent if Terry goes to the club on a weekday instead of a weekend.

Q4:

During the holidays, a company put a video game up for sale such that after the sale its price became $51.95 instead of its regular price that was $63.95. Determine, to the nearest percent, the discount percentage.

Q5:

During the holidays, a company put a video game up for sale such that after the sale its price became $51.12 instead of its regular price that was $60.53. Determine, to the nearest percent, the discount percentage.

Q6:

During the holidays, a company put a video game up for sale such that after the sale its price became $54.07 instead of its regular price that was $64.77. Determine, to the nearest percent, the discount percentage.

Q7:

A store is having a sale on bicycles, where the original price of the bicycle is $195, and its sale price is $164.73. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent.

Q8:

A store is having a sale on bicycles, where the original price of the bicycle is $200, and its sale price is $190.22. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent.

Q9:

A store is having a sale on bicycles, where the original price of the bicycle is $134, and its sale price is $125.05. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent.

Q10:

A store is having a sale on bicycles, where the original price of the bicycle is $195, and its sale price is $181.13. Determine the percentage discount to the nearest percent.

Q11:

Find the percent of change from $735 to $545, rounding your answer to the nearest whole percent. Is this change an increase or a decrease?

  • A, increase
  • B, increase
  • C, decrease
  • D, increase
  • E, decrease

Q12:

Find the percent of change from $480 to $640, rounding your answer to the nearest whole percent. Is this change an increase or a decrease?

  • A, decrease
  • B, decrease
  • C, increase
  • D, decrease
  • E, increase

Q13:

Find the percent of change from $405 to $590, rounding your answer to the nearest whole percent. Is this change an increase or a decrease?

  • A, decrease
  • B, decrease
  • C, increase
  • D, decrease
  • E, increase

Q14:

Find the percent of change from $560 to $655, rounding your answer to the nearest whole percent. Is this change an increase or a decrease?

  • A, decrease
  • B, decrease
  • C, increase
  • D, decrease
  • E, increase

Q15:

Determine, to the nearest whole percent, the percent of change of $186.40 to $235. State whether it is an increase or a decrease.

  • A, decrease
  • B, decrease
  • C, increase
  • D, decrease
  • E, increase

Q16:

Determine, to the nearest whole percent, the percent of change of $334.90 to $360. State whether it is an increase or a decrease.

  • A, decrease
  • B, increase
  • C, decrease
  • D, increase