FRACTIONAL PERCENT

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16.  What does ½% mean?  Half of 1%.

17.  Compare the following.

17.  a)  Half of $800 = $400  b)  ½% of $800 = $4.00

1.8.  Calculate mentally from 1%.

18.  a)  ½% of $1000 = $5.00  b)  ½% of $900 = $4.50

18.  c)  ½% of $1200 = $6.00  d)  ¼% of $1200 = $3.00

18.  e)  ½% of $840 = $4.20  f)  ¼% of $840 = $2.10

18.  g)  ½% of $1,624 = $8.12  h)  ¼% of $1624 = $4.06

18.  i)  10½% of $900 = $94.50  j)  10¼% of $3200 = $328

19.  Maria deposited $1,000 in the bank where the interest is 4½%
19.  annually.  How much interest will she earn?  = $45


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