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Download PDF by Steve Slavin: All the math you'll ever need: a self-teaching guide

By Steve Slavin

ISBN-10: 0471317519

ISBN-13: 9780471317517

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Solution: Though these are not so hard, there are some numbers that are more difficult to convert. Problem 3: Convert 7/8 into a percent. Solution: Ready for another? Problem 4: Convert 1/6 into a percent. Â < previous page < previous page 62 page_57 page_58 next page > next page > 63 Page 58 Solution: Problem 5: Change 4/3 into a percent. Solution: For a practical example of these conversions see the following box on how to calculate Social Security taxes. 2% from your employer. If your salary is $300 a week, how much do you pay in Social Security tax?

15/100 2. 36/100 3. 122/100 Convert these decimals into percents: 63 64 4. 75 5. 66 6. 05 Â < previous page < previous page page_58 page_59 next page > next page > Page 59 Convert these fractions into percents: 7. 3/20 8. 4/7 9. 3/8 Answers 1. 15% 2. 36% 3. 122% 4. 75% 5. 166% 6. 5% 2 Percentage Changes Did you know that perhaps nine out of ten college graduates can't work out percentage changes? But don't take my word for it. Next June head over to the closest college and see how well the graduates do on Self-Test 2.

5. Problem 1: Solution: Â < previous page page_23 next page > 31 32 < previous page page_24 next page > Page 24 How many times does 57 go into 207? It goes in three times, so we write 3 over the 7, multiply 3 Ã 57 and get 171. We subtract 171 from 207 and get 36. Then we bring down the next number, 5, which gives us 365. How many times does 57 go into 365? It goes in six times, so we multiply 57 Ã 6 and get 342. We subtract 342 from 365 to get 23, and bring down the zero to give us 230. How many times does 57 go into 230?

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