Percent problems, also called as proportion problems, are simple problems where you deal with percentages. Given a percentage problem you may need to identify the percentage, the part or whole quantity from it. You can use the proportion or percent equation to do this. Proportion equations says that the ratio of part to the whole is equal to the ratio of percentage to one hundred. Percent equation says that the product of the percentage in the decimal form and the whole gives you the quantity of the part. Now using these two simple equations you can solve the percent problems. This video shows how to solve percent problems.
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