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Course: 7th grade foundations (Eureka Math/EngageNY)>Unit 4

Lesson 1: Topic A: Foundations

Identifying percent amount and base

Sal identifies the percent, amount, and base in a percent problem. Created by Sal Khan and Monterey Institute for Technology and Education.

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• why does he repeat the same phrase at and at .
• He's trying to make it clear that you can rewrite it in the same way to the amount and percent.
• How would I convert a whole number to a percent? i.e 1.03______ %
• Well, you would essentially write the whole number too. 103%. Hope that answers your question
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• Why is dot multipy it is suppose to be x
• I don't understand how did you divides by 4 ?
• How does one find the percentage of a number that has already been timesed by a percentage. For example 1159.11 is what % of 1431(question from other sources). A link to a video would also be welcome.
• To do this, you should divided 1159.11 by 1431. The answer should be the way, but I myself do not fully understand so I suggest someone else should help u and me.
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• Can't you just divid 150 to .25?
• That equals 4. I don't get how people don't know how they get the 4 in the problem.
• How do find 29% of 35.78
• Of in math is a multiply word, percent is a way to represent decimals, so .29 * 35.78=
• Why are we multiplying by 4?