# Percentage

Percentage comes from the Latin word**"per cent" which means "per hundred"**.

The symbol used to represent percent is

**%**.

When we say that man gives 30 per cent of his income as income tax, this means that he gives $30 out of every hundred dollar of his income.

If a student scores 75 marks out of a maximum of 100 in an examination

we say that she has scored 75% marks.

Conversely, if student scored 75% that means he/she got 75 marks out of 100.

**Percent**can be expressed as fraction and decimal also.

If the student scored

**90% is equivalent to `90/100`.**

Hence,

**90% = `90/100`**

Conversely 90/100 means 90%

**Example :**

1) 40 /100 = 40%

[ It is read as 40 percent]

2) 45/100 = 45%

[ It is read as 45%]

3) 85/100 = 85/100

[It is read as 85 percent]

4) 94/100 = 94%

[ It is read as 94 percent]

5) 99/100 = 99%

[ It is read as 99%]

6) 72/100 = 72%

[It is read as 72 percent]

7) 49 /100 = 49%

[It is read as 49 percent]

8) 88/100 = 88%

[It is read as 88 percent]

9) 96/100 = 96%

[It is read as 96 percent]

10) 36/100 = 36%

[It is read as 36 percent]

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**Q.1 Express the following per-cent as a fraction.**

1) 32%

2) 12.5%

3) 91%

4) 17%

5) 61%

**Q.2 Express the following per-cent as a decimal.**

1) 12%

2) 21 %

3) 16.5%

4) 22.8%

5) 83 %

**Percentage**

• Conversion of Percent to Fraction

• Conversion of Fraction to Percent

• Conversion of Percent to Decimal

• Conversion of Decimal to Percent

• Find the Percent of a given number

• What Percent is one number of another number

• Percent as a comparison of two quantities

• Increase Percent

• Decrease Percent

• Conversion of Percent to Fraction

• Conversion of Fraction to Percent

• Conversion of Percent to Decimal

• Conversion of Decimal to Percent

• Find the Percent of a given number

• What Percent is one number of another number

• Percent as a comparison of two quantities

• Increase Percent

• Decrease Percent