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A *percentage* describes how many parts there are out of one hundred parts of a particular thing.

If there are 60% of the people in a theatre with brown eyes, then for every 100 people in the theatre, 60 of them have brown eyes. *Percentages* can be changed to fractions or decimals and visa versa.

- Everyday uses of Percentages
- Percent Goodies Games
- Percents - Math Bites with Danica McKellar (YouTube)
- Math Antics - What Are Percentages? (YouTube)
- The Meaning of Percent from Maths Goodies
- Percentages - MathisFun
- Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Equivalent

- Matching Fractions and Percentages with diagrams from BBC
- Convert Fractions to Decimals then to Percentages
- Fractions to Percentages Compare Bars
- Fractions to Percentages - making your own fractions
- Fraction Pairs Games
- Mission Magnetite - matching Percent, Fraction and Picture
- Decention Games - Grouping the same values together
- Writing in Percentages Quiz from IXL
- Percentage Calculator
- Different types of calculations
- Fractiions, Decimals and Percentages from BBC Bitesize KS3
- Number Invaders games on Percentages - Popping the Balloons

- Calculating Percentages
- How to Calculate Percentages from Wiki How
- Expressing a Quantity as a Percentage of another Quantity

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