We found 1,429 resources with the concept percents
Find a Course Percentage and Grade Using a Weighted Average (Example)
3 mins 8th - 11th
New ReviewSit back and watch pupils calculate their own grades. Through a short YouTube video, individuals see how to do the calculation by watching an example. They learn how to account for weighted averages in the computations.
Find the Points Needed to Receive an A in a Class Based on Total Points (Example)
6 mins 8th - 11th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewThe point is—use the video. A short YouTube video describes how to find the number of additional points individuals need to get an A in a class that uses a point system for grading. It also looks at what percentage these additional...
Writing Algebraic Expressions Involving Percents of An Amount
4 mins 6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewPerhaps you want to learn about percents in algebraic expressions? Young mathematicians view an informative video that teaches how to write algebraic expressions. These problems all involve contexts involving percents, such as tips,...
10 mins 6th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewYou'll be 100 percent satisfied with a helpful math video. Scholars watch an engaging YouTube video to learn how to solve percent problems (finding the part, finding the whole, and finding the percent). The method employed here is to set...
The Percent Equation
9 mins 6th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWatch the whole video, not just part of it. An instructive video shows how to solve percent problems using equations. It describes finding the whole, given the part and the percent; finding the part, given the percent and the whole; and...
Taxes—Where Does Your Money Go?
7th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewPeople spend some of their money before they even get it! Lead a lesson plan that helps scholars understand the different deductions taken from a paycheck. They calculate rates and percentages and learn where the money goes after it...
Virtual Lab: Cola and Sucrose Concentration Problem
9th - Higher Ed
Recreate the secret Coca-Cola formula in a virtual lab. Young scholars create the solution and then calculate sucrose concentrations in terms of percent mass, molarity, molality, and mole fraction. Then using density, learners determine...