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How to calculate Percentage Increase and Decrease
In the previous sections you have learned the relationship between Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, calculated the Percentage of an Amount and finally compared Quantities as a Percentage with each other. Now it is time to look at questions involving Percentage Increase and Decrease. To pass your IGCSE GCSE maths exam you need to understand how to calculate Percentage Increase and Decrease. The following maths videos will explain how to solve this type of Percentage question.
Pass your next IGCSE GCSE Maths exam: Free Worksheet about PercentagesAnswer 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!
Congratulations! You understand a lot about Percentages already! So far we have look at the relationship between percentages, fractions and decimals. I have explained how to calculate the percentage of an amount and how to express two quantities as a percentage. You also understand now how to calculate percentage increase and percentage decrease. There is only one type of percentage questions left which you need to understand if you want to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. So follow the link where I will explain all you need to know about Reverse Percentages. See you there!!
