In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to work out basic percentages. The key is to always find 10% of the number first. To find 10%, divide the number by 10. It's very simple because you simply move one decimal to the left. Once you have found the 10%, you can simply find the next 10% by doubling the number. The other thing you can do is find 5% of the number by dividing the 10% number in half. This video will benefit those viewers who have trouble with find percentage or forgot how to and would like to learn how to find the percentage of a number.
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