# Percents (Grade 6)

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## Percents

1.

What percent of 60 is 45?

- 133.3%
- 85%
- 75%
- 63.5%

2.

What percent of 7.5 is 6?

- 8%
- 80%
- 12.5%
- 125%

3.

36 is what percent of 50?

- 1.388%
- 18%
- 7%
- 72%

4.

What percent of 70 is 14?

- 12%
- 20%
- 9%
- None of the above

5.

Select the correct decimal for the percent. 85%

- 85.00
- 8.5
- 0.85
- 0.085
- 0.0085

6.

43% of what number is 4,300?

- 1,849
- 10,000
- 18,490
- 100,000

7.

Change the decimal 0.265 into a percent.

- 265%
- .265%
- 26.5%
- 2.65%

8.

A new bike has a price of $250.00. 5% GST will be added to the price. What is the total cost of the bike including GST?

- $256.50
- $258.50
- $260.50
- $262.50

9.

Your dinner bill at a restaurant is $23.33 and you leave a tip of $3.50. What percentage did you tip?

- 15%
- 17%
- 19%
- 21%

10.

After inspecting 40 computers, defects were found in 5 of them. What percentage of computers had defects?

- 12.5%
- 15%
- 20%
- 35%

11.

Patti bought a pair of jeans that normally cost $40 for a sale price of $24. What was the percent discount?

- 40%
- 60%
- 62.5%
- 70%

12.

Jose missed 6 questions on a 25-question test. What percent did he get correct?

- 76%
- 85%
- 73%
- None of the above

13.

Of 16 girls on the track team, 12 participate regularly. What percent participate regularly?

- 75%
- 80%
- 87%
- None of the above

14.

Write each ratio as a percent:

a.) [math]8/100[/math]

b.) [math]85/100[/math]

c.) [math]98/100[/math]

d.) 60 to 100

a.) [math]8/100[/math]

b.) [math]85/100[/math]

c.) [math]98/100[/math]

d.) 60 to 100

15.

What is 8% written as a decimal?

16.

On a game show, one contestant correctly answered 43% of the questions. What fraction of the questions did she answer correctly?

17.

What is 83% written as a decimal?

18.

Convert 3/4 into a decimal and a percent.

19.

110% of 30 is what number?

20.

If an insurance company pays 80 percent of a claim after subtracting a $250 deductible, how much will the company pay on a $1,000 claim?

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