A percent is a number out of 100.

ex. 35% is like 35 out of a hundred.

There is another way you can use percent by sing decimal and percent.

ex. 35 i like 0.35 and 35 out of a hundred.

**Key Points of this Chapter..**

*4.1 Represent**Percent*To

*represent a percent*, you have to shade squares on a 100 grid, that is called a**hundred grid**. When you shade in the whole grid that is 100%. To represent greater than 100% shade more than one grid and then. To represent a fractional percent, you have to shade in between 0% and 1%.

*4.2 Fractions, Decimal and Percents*When using

*fractions, decimals and fractions*you can use them for representing numbers. You can use percents as a decimal and a fraction.

*4.3 Percent of a Number*If you want to find the percent of a number, you have to put the percent as a decimal then you multiply by the number. There are different kind of ways to do this, one way is to divide by 10.

*4.4 Combining Percents*When you add the percents together, you can find some problems. To calculate the increase in a number, you can combine percents amount.

Here is my video, talking about percents. http://www.youtube.com/user/spmath789#p/a/u/1/Z1nVmtZbDxA

Hope you like it (:

Great Job Glenn, I liked how yours was very simple. It wasn't too dramatic but it wasn't too dufficult. Great Job, one thing that I would help you with is to add another colour so it doesn't look so boring! Other than that, Great job!

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