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# PRE-TEST: Give what is asked

## 1. Convert 0.64 to fraction

2. Write 5/8 in decimal
3. Round 0.1426 to the nearest
thousandths
4.Express the sum in hundredths place
0.4512 + 2.3489 + 234.812
5. Subtract 5.247 to the difference of
15.21 and 7.0613
6. 2.132 x 1.923
7. 13.25 ÷ 0.245
8. 20 % of 450
9. What percent of 50 is 15?
10.18 is 30% of what number?
1. 16/25
2. 0.625
3. 0.143
4. 237.612
5. 2.902
6. 4.100 or 4.1
7. 54.082
8. 90
9. 30%
10. 60
To covert decimals to fractions:
• Express the decimals numbers to
fractions with denominators in
power of ten
• Simplify the fraction if possible
Ex 0.54 = 54 ÷ 2 = 27
100 ÷ 2 50
1.357 = 1 357
1000
0.666 =
(0.666 = n) x 10
6.666 = 10n
6.666 -0.666 = 10n - n
6 = 9n
6 = 9n (DPE)
9 9
6 = n (simplify)
9
n=2
3
Solve Activity I, letters d-j
d. 17 13
100
e. 5 99 i. 4 591
100 1000
f. 24 104
225
g. 6061
10 000
h. 115 2
25
To covert fractions to decimals:
For fractions whose denominator is a
factor of 100( 2, 4, 5, 10, 20, 25,
50), multiply the fraction to a
number that will make the
denominator 100
Ex
1 x 25 = 25 places to the left = 0.25
Move the decimal 2

## 4 25 and Cancel the

100 denominator
17 x 5 = 36 Move the decimal = 0.36
2 places to the
20 5 100 left and Cancel
the denominator
To covert fractions to decimals:
For fractions whose denominator is
NOT a factor of 100, divide the
numerator to the denominator
Ex. 19 = 19 ÷ 22 = 0.863…
22

14 = 14 ÷ 3 = 4.666… or
3 4 2/3
Solve Activity I, letters n-t
n. 3.191
o. 0.04
p. 2.072
q. 0.422
r. 14.875
s. 1.471
t. 0.080 or 0.08
To round off decimal numbers:
1. Determine the digit to be rounded off
(test digit)
2. If the digit at the right of the test
digit is 0-4, RETAIN the test digit
3. If the digit at the right of the test
digit is 5-9, ADD 1 to the test digit
4. Cancel all the digits at the right of
the test digit and/or retain the digits
at the left of the test digits
Ex. 0.2648 = 0.26
45.23673 = 45.237
7.79953 = 7.800 or 7.8
Solve Activity II, 1. letters c-h on addition.
Round the sum to the nearest thousandths
place
c. 95.6764051 or 95.676
d.1.03000091 or 1.030
e. 69.252
f. 100.116636 or 100.117
g. 11.2344 or 11.234
h. 7141.25617 or 7141.256
Solve Activity II, 2. letters c-h on
subtraction. Round the sum to the
nearest thousandths place
c. 6.02
d.4.39
e. 4.41267 or 4.413
f. 48.5591 or 48.559
g. 5.062
h. 15.522384 or 15.522
Solve Activity II, 3. letters c-h on
multiplication. Round the sum to the
nearest thousandths place
c. 46.2504065 or 46.250 or 46.25
d.0.000234192 or 0
e. 17.69320221648 or 17.693
f. 103949.662
g. 26.0555295 or 26.056
h. 3.86405 or 3.864
Solve Activity II, 4. letters c-h on
division. Round the sum to the
nearest thousandths place
c. 31.75402629416598or 31.754
d.399.40870726241 or 399.409
e. 0.1566571650120682r 0.157
f. 36.99186… or 36.992
g. 0.0266353470814931 or 0.027
h. 89.541401273 or 89.541
Percentage –a part of the or the product
of the rate and the base , usually comes
before or after is or equal sign
Rate- the ratio of a part and the whole,
usually written with a percent sign or in
fraction
Base – represents the whole, total, or
entire amount that usually followed by
the word “of”
ex. 25% of 16 is n
Rate Base Percentage

## What percent of 80 is 25?

Rate Base Percentage

## 30% of what number is 80?

Rate Percentage Base
Solving Percentage: multiply the base to
the rate(express in decimal)
13% of 143
0.13 x 143 = 18.59
27% of 690
0.27 x 690 = 186.3
75% of 1750
0.75 x 1750 = 1 312.5
Solve for Part III, numbers 4-6
4. 0.09 x 611 = 54.99
5. 0.48 x 1600 = 768
6. 3.55 x 616 = 2 186.8
Solving Rate: divide the percentage
to the base then multiply to 100
Ex. What percent of 5566 is 450
(450 ÷ 5566) x 100 = 0.0808 x 100
= 8.08% or 8.1%
What percent of 65 is 15?
(15 ÷ 65) x 100 = 0.230769 x 100
= 23.0769% or 23.1%
What percent of 2800 is 392?
(392 ÷ 2800) x 100 = 0.14 x 100
= 14%
Solve for Part III, numbers 10-12
10. (12 ÷ 108) x 100
= 11.11% or 11.1%
11. (240 ÷ 270) x 100
= 88.889% or 88.9% or 88 8/9 %
12. (24 ÷ 360) x 100
=6.6666% 6.7% or 6 2/3%
Solving Base: divide the percentage
to the rate(express in decimal)
Ex. 18 is 36% of what number?
= 18 ÷ 0.36
= 50
572 is 88% of what number?
= 572 ÷ 0.88
= 650
Solve for Part III, numbers 15-18
15. 48 ÷ 1.12
= 42.85714 or 42.9
16. 70 ÷ 0.14
= 500
17. 27 ÷ 0.09
=300
18. 69 ÷ 0.25
= 276
Application on Percent Problem:
Finding Interest
• Interest(I) is the amount of money paid for
the use of money in the forms of loans,
investments, or deposits
• Principal(P)-the amount deposited,
borrowed, or invested that earns interest
• Interest Rate(R)-the percent charged for
the use of money
• Time(T) the length/period of time the
money is used,ie. Monthly, quarterly,
semiannual, annualy
• New Balance(NB)-the sum of the interest
and the principal
I=PxRxT = NB - P

P= I = NB - I
R x T

R = I
P xT

T = I
P x R
NB = I + P
1.Yancy received Php 160,000.oo from her
grandparents abroad. She placed this in a
time deposit that earns 12% interest per
annum, What will be the interest of her
money after 3 years? How much does she
have in her account at the end of the term?
P = Php 16,000
R = 12% = 0.12
T = 3 years
I = P x R x T = 160,000 x 0.12 x 3
= Php 19,200 x 3 = Php 57,600
NB = P + I = 160,000 + 57, 000

= Php 217,600
I = Php 5,200
R = 6.5 % per quarter = 0.065 =0.065 x 4
= 0.26
T = 1 year
P = ? = I = 5,200
RxT 0.26 x 1
= Php 20,000
NB = ? = P + I = 20,000 + 5,200
= Php 25,200
Complete the table below

P R T I NB
P 20,000 11 % 3 yrs 6,600
______ 26,600
______
P 670,000 9% 5.5 yrs 331650
______ 1,001,650
______
_______
8,750 20 % 2 yrs P 3,500 12,250
______
P 50,000 5% 3
______ P 7,500 57,500
______