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Lesson Worksheet: Percentages of Amounts Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using models to find 1%, 10%, 25%, and 50% of groups and amounts.

Q1:

James has a piece of apple. What percentage of the whole apple is this part?

Q2:

Consider the following bar model.

What percentage of the bar is shaded?

Q3:

Complete the following using <, =, or >: The percentage of one orange out of the total number of oranges in the basket the percentage of the number of shaded squares.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q4:

Complete using >, <, or =: 50% of 30025% of 480.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q5:

In a population of 400 animals, 25% of the animals are infected with a disease. How many animals are infected?

Q6:

Mia has the following grid of 400 squares.

How many squares should she color if she wants to color 1% of the grid?

How many squares should she color if she wants to color 10% of the grid?

How many squares should she color if she wants to color 25% of the grid?

How many squares should she color if she wants to color 50% of the grid?

Q7:

300 students applied for a test. Only 10% of the students succeeded. How many students succeeded?

Q8:

Matthew cuts his pizza into 8 slices.

If he wants to give 25% of the pizza to his friend, how many slices will Matthew give his friend?

If he wants to give 50% of the pizza to his friend, how many slices will Matthew give his friend?

Q9:

The distance between Daniel’s school and his house is 100 m. Daniel walked from the school to the point indicated on the model. Use the following model to find the percentage of the distance he covers in relation to the total distance.

Q10:

What percentage of fuel is in the tank?

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