Factors, Multiples, Primes
Rounding Whole Numbers
Upper and Lower Bound
Order of Operations
Fractions and Decimals
Equivalent and Simplifying Fractions
Fraction of Amount
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Fractions and Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
Percentages, Fractions, Decimals
Percentage of Quantity
A Quantity as a Percentage of another
Percentage Increase and Decrease
Ratio and Proportion
Dividing a Quantity in a Ratio
Direct and Inverse Proportion
Indices, Standard Form
Fractional and Negative Indices
Algebra and Graphs
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How to Express one Quantity as a Percentage of another Quantity
Besides finding the Percentage of an Amount, you will also have to be able to Compare two Quantities as a Percentage with each other on your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. A typical question could be: John receives $80 of pocket money a year and Bernadette gets $105 a year. Express John's pocket money as a percentage to Bernadette's. A different question could be - Express Bernadette's pocket money as a percentage to John's. So as always, make sure to read the maths question carefully! Study the following videos during your Maths Revision and learn and understand how to compare two quantities as a Percentages with each other. Let me know if you still don't understand percentages on the forum of this site. I will be happy to help you with your maths and answer your maths questions. Good luck and have fun!!
Example Maths Questions about Percentages
Answer the questions on the following worksheet during your maths revision. You will find example maths questions about all the types of percentage questions which you can also expect on your IGCSE GCSE maths exam. If you want to pass your next maths exam, try to answer all the questions about percentages yourself first before looking at the answer key (the answer key you will find at the end of the document). Let me know on the forum of this website if you don't understand percentages. I will help you with your maths and make some more maths videos for you. You can also download the FREE worksheet below this embedded document. Good luck and have fun!
Excellent! You have learned a lot about percentages already. You understand how to convert percentages into fractions and decimals and the other way around. You have also learned how to find the percentage of an amount and just now how to compare two quantities as a percentage. Continue with your maths revision and follow the link. Here I will explain what Percentage Increase and Decrease is. Let's say in 2014 the zoo had 754 rabbits and in 2015 the same zoo had 1233 rabbits. Can you calculate the percentage increase of the amount of rabbits? Check the link and find out all you need to know to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam!