Worksheet: Estimating Percentage
In this worksheet, we will practice estimating a percentage of a whole and estimating percentages in real-life situations.
Estimate the following: of 52.
Chloe invested $6,600 in an account with a yearly interest rate of 5%. In how many years will she have $8,910?
Select the best estimate of the following calculation: of 499.
Last year, 301 students attended a summer camp and of them returned this year. Which of the following is closest to the number of students who attended the camp in both years?
A bookmaker predicts that the Giants are expected to win games in an NFL season. They are scheduled to play 30 games. Based on the bookmaker’s prediction, estimate how many games the Giants are expected to win.
- A11 games
- B25 games
- C7 games
- D17 games
- E8 games
Liam took a cab to work yesterday. If he left a tip of on the $19.64 fare, determine about how much the tip was.
By dividing by 4 and multiplying by 3, calculate of 600 mentally.
Jackson is buying a home theater system for $6,175.79. If the sound bar constitutes of the total price, determine which of the following is the best estimate of the cost of the sound bar.
Which of the below represents of 58?
If Benjamin invests $4,500 in an account that yields a simple interest of a , determine how much money the account will have after 4 years.
Estimate of 38.
Determine the interest earned on an account, given that an amount of $2,200 is deposited for 8 years and that the interest rate is per year.
Estimate of 401.
If a person spends about of their time sleeping, determine which of the following represents an estimate of how much time that person will spend sleeping in 57 years.
- A12 years
- B6 years
- C37 years
- D18 years
- E30 years
The following table represents a bank’s different loan packages. Determine, to the nearest cent, the simple interest earned on $3,300 for 6 months.
|Time||6 months||9 months||12 months||18 months|
Daniel wants to buy a pair of pants for $22. The clothing store, in which the pair of pants are shown, has a sale of . Daniel estimates that he will save of $20 or an amount of $10. Will the amount he saves for the pants be more or less than $10?
Mr. Liam put his life savings of $490,000 in a savings account. If he earns $47,040 in simple interest every year, determine the interest rate on his account.