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Surf For More Math

 

CHAPTER 4: PERCENT

Lesson 1: Percents as Fractions and Decimals

Use these interactive activities to encourage your child to have fun on the Web while learning about percent.

Goal

Solve percent problems as equivalent fractions or decimals.

Builds Upon

Student Book pages 154–157

Instructions for Use

Fractions, Decimals or Percent allows your child to practice converting numbers between decimal, percent, and fraction form.

To use Fractions, Decimals or Percent, read the instructions. Then, for each of the 9 problems, fill in the missing value into the form, and click the ENTER button. Your answer will be a fraction, a decimal or a percent, depending on the problem.

Percents and Wholes allows your child to solve problems about percents and wholes.

To use Percents and Wholes, solve each multiple choice problem and select your answer from the options (A, B, C or D). Click the “Check It” button at the bottom to check your answers.

Fractions and Percent allows your child to practice converting fractions to percents.

To use Fractions and Percent, scroll down to the Practice section, and click the “Start” button. Click the “Check” button after each answer and the activity will keep track of how many correct answers you give. Be sure you type your answers in the correct format.

Decimals and Percent allows your child to practice converting decimals to percents.

To use Decimals and Percent, scroll down to the Practice section, and click the “Start” button. Click the “Check” button after each answer and the activity will keep track of how many correct answers you give. Be sure you type your answers in the correct format.

Percents and Decimals allows your child to practice converting percents to decimals.

To use Percent and Decimals, scroll down to the Practice section, and click the “Start” button. Click the “Check” button after each answer and the activity will keep track of how many correct answers you give. Be sure you type your answers in the correct format.

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