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# Proportions to Find Percent, P

## Use proportions to cross - multiply and find percents.

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## Proportions to Find Percent, P

Use a proportion to find a percent, p.
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## Use Proportions to Find Percents

Use proportions to find percents
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## Use Proportions to Find Percents

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Use proportions to find percents
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## Use Proportions to Find Percent

Learn to use proportions to figure out percent.
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## Proportions to Find Percent, p

Explains how to use proportions and cross multiplying fractions to find missing percentages.
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## Proportions to Find Percent: Bag of Candy

Proportions to Find Percent, P Interactive
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## Find the Percents Given the Parts and Whole - Overview

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Overview
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## Example 3: Determine What Percent One Number is of Another Using a Percent Proportion

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Shows how to use percent proportions to determine what percent a number is of another number.
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## Percentages Over 100% - Overview

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Overview
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## Find the Percents Given the Parts and Whole - Example 1

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Calculate percentage - using the figure
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## Find the Percents Given the Parts and Whole - Example 2

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Calculate percentage - without units
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## Find the Percents Given the Parts and Whole - Example 3

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Calculate percentage - with units
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## Find the Percents Given the Parts and Whole - Example 4

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Calculate percentage - one-step word problems
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## Find the Percents Given the Parts and Whole - Example 5

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Calculate percentage - two-step word problems
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## Percentages Over 100% - Example 1

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Find the percentage
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## Percentages Over 100% - Example 2

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Find the part
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## Percentages Over 100% - Example 3

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Find the whole
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## Mixtures

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## Use Proportions to Find Percents

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## Proportions to Find Percent, P

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