Percents test
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Name _____________________ Date:_____________________
Solve the following problems
1. write 6% as a decimal ____________
2. What percent of the following figure is shaded? ____________
3. write 0.40 as a percent ____________
4. write 70% as a common fraction ____________
5. write is 25% of 40 ____________
6. The number 6 is what percent of 30? ____________
7. 72 is 80% of what number? ____________
8. If your sales tax is 15%, how much tax must be paid on a 40 dollars purchase? ____________
9. If you paid 15 dollars sales tax on a 150 dollars purchase, what is the tax rate? ____________
10. What percent of the following ellipse is shaded? ____________
A. 23%
B. 25%
C. 24%
D. 30% ____________
11. The regular price of a car is 15,000 dollars. If the dealer offer a rebate of 20%, what is the sale price of the car? ____________
A. $13,000
B. $12,500
C. $12,000
D. $11,500 ____________
12. 4 is 50% of what number? ____________
A. 8
B. 10
C. 6
D. 12 ____________
13. What is 200% of 200? ____________
A. 300
B. 400
C. 200
D. 350 ____________
14. 60% is equivalent to what fraction? ____________
A. 1/6
B. 4/5
C. 2/5
D. 3/5 ____________
15. Written as a percent, the decimal 0.004 is equal to ____________
A. 4%
B. 0.4%
C. 0.04%
D. 40% ____________
16. Written as a percent, the decimal 0.05 is equal to ____________
A. 5%
B. 0.5%
C. 0.05%
D. 50% ____________
17. What is 100% of 100? ____________
A. 10
B. 100%
C. 200
D. 1 ____________
18. 30% is equivalent to what fraction? ____________
A. 1/3
B. 3/6
C. 3/10
D. 3/9 ____________
19. What is 10% of 0.008? ___________
20. What is 100% of 0.00001? ____________
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