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Chapter 2: Percents; Lesson 1: Percent of Number

•  $Copy and Solve For Exercises 13–21, find each number. Round to the nearest hundredth. Show your work on a separate piece of paper. • Question 13 •  $$\frac{4}{5} \text{% of }500=$$ • Question 14 •  $$5\frac{1}{2} \text{% of }60=$$ • Question 15 •  $$20\frac{1}{4} \text{% of }3=$$ • Question 16 •  1,000 % of 99= • Question 17 •  520% of 100= • Question 18 •  0.15% of 250= • Question 19 •  200% of 79= • Question 20 •  0.3% of 80= • Question 21 •  0.28% of 50= ### H.O.T.Problems Higher Order Thinking • Question 22 Persevere with Problems Suppose you add 10% of a number to the number, and then you subtract 10% of the total. Is the result greater than, less than, or equal to the original number? Explain your reasoning. • Question 23 Reason Inductively When is it easiest to find the percent of a number using a fraction? using a decimal? • Question 24 Reason Inductively If you found the percent of a number and the product is greater than the number, what do you know about the percent? Explain. • Question 25 Marcos earned$300 mowing lawns this month. Of his earnings, he plans to spend 18% repairing lawn equipment, put 20% in his savings, and use 35% for camp fees. He will spend the rest. How much will Marcos have left to spend?
• $27.00 •$55.00
• $81.00 •$100.00