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Adding and Subtracting Percents and Decimals

7.RP.A.3
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Grade 7 Ratios - 7.RP.A.3

Tips for Adding and Subtracting Percent and Decimals - Before you get started with the addition and subtraction of percent and decimals, keep in mind that you should have clear concepts about percent and decimals. Keep in mind that the percent are a percentage or a proportion of a number. For example, the 10% of 240 is 24. And a decimal number is a number with a point/decimal in between in it. Well, this is easy. But what when you get to add or subtract these percent and decimals? In this guide, we share with you a few tips for adding and subtracting percent and decimals. Make sure to read the problem or equation thoroughly. Take the percent number and convert it into a decimal number. For example, you have an equation to solve; 22.64 + 10%. First, convert the 10% into a decimal number. The number becomes 0.01. Now, you have both the numbers in the decimal form and they are ready to be added. Place one decimal number under the other and make sure the decimal falls in line. Now add the two number and round off the answer. The same method is applicable for problems with subtraction. A series of worksheets and lessons that show students find sums and differences of percentages and decimals.

Printable Worksheets And Lessons




Homework Sheets

At some point we even ask you to create your own problems. That is super hard, at first.

  • Homework 1 - Solve each math problem. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.
  • Homework 2 - The team started the year with 64 soccer balls. Throughout the season Iggy powerful shots resulted in the team losing 25% of their soccer balls.
  • Homework 3 - Subtracting Percents & Decimals



Practice Worksheets

Time to get plenty of repetitions with your more common daily use of this skill.

  • Practice 1 - Math with Percents & Decimals
  • Practice 2 - Solve each problem. Don't forget to put the correct labels in the answers ($).
  • Practice 3 - Fill in the blanks to create your own math problems. Switch with a partner and see if they can figure it out!



Math Skill Quizzes

It's time to put that practice to use.

  • Quiz 1 - Solve each problem. Then, list the answers in order from least to greatest.
  • Quiz 2 - Adding Percents & Decimals