# Percent Worksheets

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Gravitate toward our percent worksheets with exercises such as finding the percentage of shaded regions on grids and shapes, calculating the percent of a whole number, comparing percentages, analyzing percent change through increases or decreases, finding percent error, and more. Our answer keys help easy evaluation. Start with our free worksheets for a great head start!

Percentage of a Shaded Region on the Grid

The task in these percent worksheets is to calculate the percentage of the shaded area relative to the total area of the grid.

Percentage of a Shaded Region in a Shape

Find the percentage of a shaded region on each irregular shape by dividing the number of shaded parts by the total number of parts and multiplying by 100.

Guarantee a thorough understanding of finding percentages of whole numbers, such as 2% of 60 and 70% of 900 with these worksheets on finding percent of whole numbers.

Whether calculating discounts while shopping, determining tax amounts, or figuring out savings on a sale, these word problems connect math concepts with practical examples.

Children practice computing percentages accurately and then analyze and compare results using the symbols >, <, or = in these printables.

These percent of decimals worksheets expect students to find the percent of each decimal and round the answers to the nearest hundredth.

What percent of 85 is 17? Packed with questions like these for grade 6 and grade 7 students to calculate what percent one number is of the other.

What percent is 150 of 375? What is 40% of 375? 150 is 40% of which number? Calculate the percent, part, or whole in these percent worksheets with number lines to aid calculation.

Finding the Whole from the Given Percent

Determining the whole amount from the percent of a given number is the task in these percentage worksheets.

Refine your skills in finding the percent, part, or whole, and fill in the missing values to complete the equations in this PDF resource.

In these percent change worksheets, plug the values in the formula: percent change = (new value - old value) / old value x 100. If the result is positive, it is a percent increase; if the result is negative, it is a percent decrease.

In these percent increase or decrease worksheets, determine the amount by which the original amount has changed and then add or subtract it from the original amount.

Students in 7th grade and 8th grade use an apt formula to identify and calculate percent errors in word problems after determining the expected and actual values in these percent error worksheets.

Converting between Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

These practice sheets offer plenty of exercises for converting fractions to percentages or decimals, decimals to percentages or fractions, and percentages to fractions or decimals.