Do you need to brush up on your fraction and percentage skills or get ahead of the class in math? This video shows several different examples of how to calculate percentages by using fractions. Money is used as a frequent example because quarters and change are easier to figure out and can help you translate when solving a math problem. You can also solve equations by writing them down and diving the part by the whole. Sound complicated? Watch the video and see how easy you can master calculating percentages.
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Hi, this is a refresher course of math, for all of us who have forgotten how to. I am looking for websites that are good for children who can learn at home before going to their next highest grade. This may give them inspiration to be smarter than the rest of the class, class. I did say (maybe)
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