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Percentage Multipliers Worksheet

Percentage Multiplier is a number used to determine or calculate the percentage of an amount, and it is also used to decrease or increase an amount by a percentage. The Percentage Multiplier allows us to calculate the increase or decrease of a percentage very quickly. For example, To find a 5 percent of a number, we can multiply the number by a multiplier.


 

5 % = 5/100 = 0. 05.

Here, 0.05 is the multiplier.


 

There are steps to keep in mind while solving percentage multipliers.

Grade 7
Percents
7.EE.A.2 7.RP.A.3
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Teaching Percentage Multiplier Easily

 

  • Firstly, write down the percentage.


 

  • Then, convert the percentage into a decimal by dividing it by 100. This is the multiplier.


 

  •  Lastly, multiply the original number by the multiplier.



 

Here is an example of solving a problem on a percentage multiplier. Let's look at the example below to understand percentage multipliers.


 

Q. Find the Percentage Multiplier for 0.26.


 

Step 1: Write down the decimal.

Decimal = 0.26


 

Step 2: Convert the decimal into a percentage by multiplying it by 100.

0.26 * 100 = 26 percent.

The percentage multiplier is 26 percent.


 

Why should you use a Percentage Multiplier Worksheet for your students?

 

  • The Percentage Multiplier Worksheet will help your students to calculate percentages easily.
  •  Solving these worksheets will increase their speed in converting decimals into percentages and vice-versa.


 

Download Equations with Percentage Multiplier  Worksheets PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun equations with a percentage multiplier worksheet pdf from here for your students.

Teaching Percentage Multiplier Easily

 

  • Firstly, write down the percentage.


 

  • Then, convert the percentage into a decimal by dividing it by 100. This is the multiplier.


 

  •  Lastly, multiply the original number by the multiplier.



 

Here is an example of solving a problem on a percentage multiplier. Let's look at the example below to understand percentage multipliers.


 

Q. Find the Percentage Multiplier for 0.26.


 

Step 1: Write down the decimal.

Decimal = 0.26


 

Step 2: Convert the decimal into a percentage by multiplying it by 100.

0.26 * 100 = 26 percent.

The percentage multiplier is 26 percent.


 

Why should you use a Percentage Multiplier Worksheet for your students?

 

  • The Percentage Multiplier Worksheet will help your students to calculate percentages easily.
  •  Solving these worksheets will increase their speed in converting decimals into percentages and vice-versa.


 

Download Equations with Percentage Multiplier  Worksheets PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun equations with a percentage multiplier worksheet pdf from here for your students.

Teaching Percentage Multiplier Easily

 

  • Firstly, write down the percentage.


 

  • Then, convert the percentage into a decimal by dividing it by 100. This is the multiplier.


 

  •  Lastly, multiply the original number by the multiplier.



 

Here is an example of solving a problem on a percentage multiplier. Let's look at the example below to understand percentage multipliers.


 

Q. Find the Percentage Multiplier for 0.26.


 

Step 1: Write down the decimal.

Decimal = 0.26


 

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