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CALCULATING PERCENTAGES

C o n v e rting Decimals and Fractions

Starting Point

Go to www.wiley.com/college/slavin to assess your knowledge of calculating percentages. Determine where you need to concentrate your effort.

**What You’ll Learn in This Chapter
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▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ How to convert decimals and fractions to percentages The definition of percentage, rate, and base How to calculate percentage increase and percentage decrease How to find a percentage distribution

**After Studying This Chapter, You’ll Be Able To
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▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ Apply the methods for converting decimals and fractions to percentages Examine the relationship between percentage, rate, and base Calculate percentage increase and percentage decrease Compare the uses of percentage distribution

**Goals and Outcomes
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▲ Master the terminology, understand the procedures/perspectives, and recognize the tools used in calculating percentages ▲ Understand the business uses of percentage calculations ▲ Use tools and technique to analyze percentage changes and distributions

So. 25. How would you convert the decimal 5? To figure this one out.20 120%. When you learn how to convert percentages into decimals or fractions and vice versa. Percentages are really decimals and fractions (see Chapters 1 and 2) dressed up to look a little different.1 CONVERTING DECIMALS TO PERCENTAGES 31 INTRODUCTION Much of the business world requires a thorough understanding of percentages. 0.03 0.2 and 1.) and add two zeros (i.1. . You would follow the same procedure for 82 or 306.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:27 Page 31 3.29 0. you simply add a 0 to the end of the number so that you can move the decimal point two places: 1. you move the decimal point two places to the right and add a percent sign.835 1. to get 25.e.00 8200% and 306.5%. Then you move the decimal two places. 3.2? In this case.. (Keep in mind that with a whole number such as 25. Any percentage can be expressed as a fraction or as a decimal. For example. you move the decimal place two places to the right and add a percent sign (%).32 0. 5. because 1.20 are the same number. you place the implied decimal point at the end of the number (i. you don’t need the decimal point at the end [i. because the new value would be 300. and any decimal or fraction can be expressed as a percentage. and you get 500%. 5..41 How do you convert the decimal 1. including those tricky “30% off” and “50% increase” problems.e. to convert the decimal 0. You can add a zero if doing so doesn’t change the value of the number.e.] because a decimal point at the end of any whole number is implied. But you can add a zero to 1.2. you can’t add a zero to 30.00).1. You simply add the implied decimal point and any zeros. 5.255.) Try converting these decimals to percentages: 1.. 3. as needed. 2.00 30600%. and move the decimal two places: 82. solving percentage problems is a snap.1 Writing Decimals and Fractions as Percentages The first step in solving any percentage problem is to understand the connection between percentages and decimals (or fractions). 4.1 Converting Decimals to Percentages To convert a decimal to a percentage. 3.

you must first convert the fraction to a decimal (i.. you multiply both the numerator and the denominator by 5. 4. 6..1. 1 For example. How much is the decimal? It’s 0. so you multiply both the numerator and denominator by 2. divide the numerator by the denominator) and then use the procedure described in Section 3.e. as 2 20 5 5 10 100 10% . How much is 100 as a percentage? It’s 1%. 5. 10. So. you simply reverse the process: Move the decimal point two places to the left. by multiplying).2137T_c03_030-046 10/4/06 9:56 PM Page 32 32 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES 3.01.125% 82% 500% 3. For example. See Chapter 2 for information on converting fractions to decimals. Let’s take a closer look at the relationship among decimals. 8. you can easily find the percentage.01 1% In fact.2 Converting Percentages to Decimals To change a percentage to a decimal. suppose you are given 50 and asked to find the percentage.2% 82. 3.g. and 1 1 percentages. For this reason.1. We’ll begin with the fraction 100. 1 100 0. 25% 33% 45.0% 0.3 Converting Fractions to Percentages To convert a fraction to a percentage. as follows: 1 50 2 2 2 100 2% If you have follows: 2 20 . 78% 78.25% 600% 42% 326. 2. You want to get 100 in the denominator.9% 7. Try converting the following percentages to their decimal equivalents: 1. 9.78. the percentage will be the numerator. 7. any time you have a fraction with 100 in the denominator.1.1. fractions. if you can get 100 in the denominator (e.

8 5 . such as 2. 80 4. 10. 41 5 9 8. 10 9.” “20% more for your money.20. 4.50 2 1 121% .75. 40. you need to know its decimal equivalent. It is useful to memorize the common percentages and their decimal and fractional equivalents.25 4 1 331% . decimals.” When fractions sound better. those terms are used instead: “One-quarter of our staff.2 5 4 80% .67 3 3 1 20% . 25 7 2. you can fiddle with—and even question— the numbers you see in corporate reports and in company advertisements. the use of percentages.75 4 2 662% . But in order to put a fraction into an equation and make quick calculations. 50 2 6. or 50.1.” “200% reduction in defects. Hint: This works only if the denominator is a factor of 100.3333 3 3 1 50% . 31 2 4 5.0. 30 7. 5.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:27 Page 33 3. The following chart lists some of the most common: Percentage Decimal Fraction 1 25% . If you can easily calculate that 300% is 3.2 CONVERTING FRACTIONS TO PERCENTAGES 33 This is a simple shortcut that prevents you from having to divide the numerator by the denominator.” “Three-quarters of those surveyed. 16 32 FOR EXAMPLE Why Do We Need to Know Percentages? In the business world. Business leaders and others—and even advertisements—talk in terms of percentages when those numbers sound impressive: “300% increase in profits.125 2 8 3 75% .” and “50% off sale.” and so on. 20% is 0. and fractions is intertwined. 45 90 10. 20. Try converting the following fractions to percentages: 1 1. 25 40 3. as you are instructed to do in Chapter 2. and three-quarters is 0.

” and is always means “equals. 3. you can calculate the percentage.08 B 65 65 R ? 3 Therefore. which is the number of hundredths parts taken. . in the equation 9 ▲ 10% is the rate. base. • Review how to convert fractions to decimals. is commonly followed by a percent sign or a decimal. and rate are three components involved in calculating percentages. and the rate is 8%. Base. The rate. it is a fraction representing a relationship between the percentage and the base. ▲ 90 is the base. The percentage is the part of the base determined by the rate. • Draw basic conclusions about the relationship between decimals and percentages. ▲ 9 is the percentage. you can set up the following equation: P 8% 0.2. To find the percentage. Confused? It’s really quite simple if you look at the following equation: P B R So. 8% of 65 is 3.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:27 Page 34 34 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES SELF-CHECK • Describe how to convert decimals to percentages and vice versa. the starting amount.2 Finding the Percentage.1 Finding the Percentage When the Base and Rate Are Known As mentioned in the preceding section. what number is 8% of 65? In this case. for example. 90 10% 3. and Rate Percentage (amount). by using this formula: P B R For example. you say “8% of 65 is what?” (Note that of always means “multiply. if you know the base and rate. The base is the number on which the rate operates. the base is 65.”) In this case.

you can find the rate. 3. the base is 72. 5. 8. 5.25 3 P/B 4 ?%/72 ?% 72 ?% 25% Chapter 4 discusses this process in more depth. 6. 7. 6.95 11% of 10 1 2 % of 100 400% of 50 2% of 90 1% of 9 20% of 16. each set of numbers on either side of the equals sign) by 72. 2. you divide each side of the equation (that is. and the percentage is 18. 18 is what percentage of 72? Here. 9. 8. 10. 4. You can make this into a simple equation: 18 ?% 72 To find the answer. 25% of 100 10% of 300 5% of 25 6% of 9. 2. as follows: R 18 18 72 0.2. 3.000? 45 is what percentage of 180? 200 is what percentage of 25? 27 is what percentage of 200? $4 is what percentage of $100? 9 is what percentage of 10? . by using this formula: R 3P/B 4 For example. 60 is what percentage of 600? 15 is what percentage of 150? 700 is what percentage of 70. 4.2 FINDING THE RATE WHEN THE BASE AND PERCENTAGE ARE KNOWN 35 Try finding the percentages for the following: 1.2.95 3. 7. Try finding the following rates: 1.2 Finding the Rate When the Base and Percentage Are Known If you know the base and percentage.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 35 3.

and the percentage is 10.25 40 0. Rate.200? 10. Suppose you’re planning to buy a house that costs $130. and Percentage in the Real World Base.25 ? ? ? Try finding the following bases: 1.000.000 down payment. 10 15 25 40 60 is is is is is 40% of what? 30% of what? 4% of what? 10% of what? 300% of what? FOR EXAMPLE Base.25 ? To find the answer. and percentage are used extensively in business and personal finance. 821 is what percentage of 141? 2 3. you make it into a simple equation: 10 25% ? Then you convert the rate to a decimal. you divide each side of the equation by 0. you can find the base by again using this formula: P R B For example.000. 1. 10 is 25% of what number? In this case. .000).25. In words. and plug that in to the equation: 10 0.000 is what?” This equates to the simple equation 20% $130. In this case.3 Finding the Base When the Percentage and Rate Are Known If you know the percentage and rate. So you need to come up with a $26. You need to find the percentage to know how much money you need to put down.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 36 36 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES 9.2.25 0. 3.25. 4.20 $130. 5. like this: 10 10 0. To solve this. rate.000 ? or 0.000 is what percentage of 1. you say this as “20% of $130.25 0. 2.000 $26. you know the rate (20%) and the base ($130. the rate is 25%. 0. The mortgage company wants you to put down 20%.

After eating less and exercising five days per week for seven months.3 Percentage Increases and Decreases Suppose you were earning $500 per week and got a $20 raise. Here’s an example of a percentage decrease problem: On New Year’s Eve. 3.100.3 PERCENTAGE INCREASES AND DECREASES 37 SELF-CHECK • Define base. By what percentage did your weight decrease? Here’s how you figure it out: Percentage change Percentage change 30 140 Change Original number 3 14 0.00 . • Calculate one quantity when you know the other two. By what percentage did your salary go up? You use the following equation to find out: Percentage change Change Original number Your salary is the original number. 000. your weight dropped from 140 pounds to 110 pounds. rate. say your corporation is giving you a 5% bonus for your excellent work on the Alpha Project.05 $2. you made a resolution to lose 30 pounds by the end of July. the percentage change is an increase of 4%.2143 21. and your raise is the change: Percentage change $20 $500 2 50 4 100 4% Therefore. how much is your bonus? Here’s how you figure it out: ? 42. • Describe how these three terms interrelate.000 . • Set up simple equations.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 37 3. and percentage. If the bonus is based on your current salary of $42. you use the following formula: Change Original number Percentage change For example.43% If you know the original number and the percentage change and want to calculate the amount of the change.

You expect an increase in sales this summer at your water and ice stand.000 New number ($720. how many can be expected per week this year? For Example Percentage Change Applications Not sure where you’ll use percentage change in the real world? In business. Suppose you manage human resources for a small company.000 $936. you subtract the change from the original number.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 38 38 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES If you want to know not just the change but also the new number.000. and you would like to leave the service staff a 20% tip.20) 40 New number $216. how much do you have to spend this year? Here’s how you figure it out: New number (Original number Percentage change) Original number New number ($720. If the company installed 30 new cable customers per week in the prior year.000 . you’ve been allocated an additional 30% in your annual budget to hire new employees.00. How much cash must you leave? Here’s how you figure it out: New number 1Original number New number New number New number Percentage change2 140 $8 140 20%2 0. as follows: New number Original number 1Original number Percentage change2 Try figuring out the following percentage changes: 1.000 30%) $720. percentage change comes up all the time. What is the rate of increase? 2.000 $720.000 0. If last year’s budget was $720. Because the company’s profits grew 30% last year. you have to add in the original number: New number Change Original number Here’s an example: Your restaurant bill is $40. your local cable provider forecasts new installations to be at a 20% rate of increase over the prior year.202 $40 40 40 $48 Original number If you’re calculating a percentage change that results in a decrease from the original number. As a result of spending $6 million in additional advertising this year. from 150 cups per day to 175.

▲ Accountants are also 1.2% 9. • Discuss the amount you have left when you experience a 100% decrease.5% 27. and the rest are support staff. In a nutshell. 3. Say that sales increase by 210 units. sales team A sold 250 MP-3 players. What percentage of the session is men and what percentage is women? The answers are pretty obvious: 50% and 50%. and sales team D sold 50. 4 ▲ Support staff must be the remaining 50%. accounting. the problems get a little more complex than this. Here’s a more challenging example: If.1% . sales team B sold 150. percentage decrease. sales team C sold 100.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 39 3. one-quarter is from the accounting department. What is the rate increase if original sales were 1.415 units? 4. and the sales for each team are determined as follows: Sales team A : [250/550] Sales team B : [150/550] Sales team C: [100/550] Sales team D: [50/550] 45.3% 18. What is the team’s percentage distribution of sales. over the course of a week. and support staff? Here’s how you figure it out: 1 ▲ Sales are 4. and percentage change. but the totals always add up to 100%.4 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION 39 3. or 25%. or 25%. Sure. What is the rate of increase? SELF-CHECK • Calculate percentage increase. Your salary increases from $435 per week to $497. Suppose one-quarter of the management team is in sales.4 Percentage Distribution A corporate in-service training session is composed of half men and half women. what percentage of the total sales was each team responsible for? A total of 550 MP-3 players (250 150 100 50) were sold. that’s all there is to percentage distribution.

Likewise. purchases. . you add up all four percentages. when completing a balance sheet. (The 0.1 is due to rounding. You analyze income statements by determining the percentage of sales. you compare each individual component of assets and liabilities as a percentage distribution of total assets and total liabilities. You cannot create a pie chart without being able to figure percentage distribution. To check whether you’re correct. if you end up with 100. A manufacturer for the upcoming fiscal year projects sales of power drills of 42. In fact. inventory. The marketing department believes the sales mix will be as following: (a) 40% Construction-grade drills (b) 35% Handyman-grade drills (c) 25% Craft-making–grade drills Figure 3-1 Sales team D 9% Sales team C 18% Sales team A 46% Sales team B 27% Pie Chart.500. expenses. as compared to net sales. and so on.9.1 or 99. that’s close enough to 100%. if you created a pie chart for the sales example in this section.) Try figuring out the following percentage distribution: 1.1%.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 40 40 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES For Example Percentage Distribution Percentage distribution is a major component of financial statements and business statistics. and you get 100. the chart would look like the one shown in Figure 3-1.

A period located between units and tenths. calculate percentage changes (increases and decreases). • Check that the totals add up to 100%. A number that is followed by a percent sign. find the rate. The part of the base that is determined by the rate. • Consider the uses of percentage distribution in the business world. An expression of a part of a whole amount. base. and find the percentage distribution for given data. . which expresses how the base and percentage are related to each other. or percentage when two of those numbers are known. calculate percentage distribution. The percentage (part) of the total in each class or category. In the business world. SUMMARY The ability to calculate percentages is a key business tool. KEY TERMS Base Decimal point Fraction Percentage Percentage change Percentage distribution Rate The beginning whole amount on which the rate operates.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 41 KEY TERMS 41 SELF-CHECK • Given raw data. you may need to convert fractions and percentages to decimals and vice versa. The amount by which a percentage (an amount) increases or decreases.

Given 3 2. (d) adding the original number to the change.00. (c) the part of the base determined by the rate. By definition. Summary Questions 1.3 (c) 1 (d) 200. Changing a decimal to a percentage involves moving the decimal point two places to the left and adding a percent sign.32 (b) 17.1%. The percentage distribution always adds up to: (a) the amount of the base. (b) the total number of units.1 (e) 10 2. 4. Measure your learning by comparing pre-test and post-test results. base is: (a) a number followed by a percent sign. give or take 0. (d) 100. (d) all of the above. (b) dividing the original number by the change. (b) the number on which the rate operates. Given the original number and the amount of change. 3. True or False? 2. Convert the following to percentages: (a) 0.2137T_c03_030-046 10/5/06 10:52 PM Page 42 42 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES ASSESS YOUR UNDERSTANDING Go to www. what is the percentage? 10 3.com/college/slavin to evaluate your knowledge of the basics of calculating percentages. What is the percentage change if you go from 150 to 180? .wiley. (c) 100. you find the percentage change by: (a) dividing the change by the original number.3 4 . Review Questions 1. (c) multiplying the change by the original number.

and the remainder are men older than 40.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 43 APPLYING THIS CHAPTER 43 4. the college pastry chef.. and six key lime pies for the student fundraiser. The $50 utility bill at your apartment falls by 30%.250 per month.900 are women older than 40. By what percentage did the time fall? 7. five cherry pies. What is the new utility bill? 5. He pays federal and state income taxes of 26%. What percentage of the pies were apple. How many bottles are rejected each hour? 4.000 to $638. Inc. If a company’s business taxes were $12. A quality assurance survey indicates that 2% of the bottles do not reach the fill standards and are therefore rejected. branch. How much is the CD worth? 5. With a change in the webpage design. this number drops to an average of 7. A bottling company can fill 100 bottles in 5 minutes.000 in a CD (certificate of deposit) over 10 years ago. placed $5. At your online sportswear company. backorders resulting from a poorly designed webpage are 28 per day. Find the percentage distribution of all four membership categories. What is the percentage increase? 6. how much would the company now be paying? Applying This Chapter 1. 7.40. you record a drop in water levels from 28 feet to 7 feet at your reservoir.500. Ness. which took .30 per gallon to $3. What is the percentage decrease? 8. 3. a retired professor.25 per day. What is the dollar amount of his taxes per month? 7. Mr. two blueberry pies.000 members. cherry. baked three apple pies.) required the downloading of management reports. This year’s capital budget for the purchase of any equipment valued at over $1. Steve earns $3. Mr.500 will be increased from a total of $450. The CD is now worth 125% of its original value.200 and rose by 18%. What number is 120% of 1. The motel night audit performed at the end of a motel’s business day (3 A. and key lime? 2.M. blueberry.500? 6. What is the rate of decrease? 10. An alumni association has 45. A shipping company has seen an increase in gasoline from about $2. 12.800 are men younger than 40. Potts. Women younger than 40 total 4. What is the percentage increase for your college? 9. As a water quality assurance employee for your local Aqua America. The time for processing an order fell from 11 minutes to 8 minutes.000 due to an increase in state funding.

14. fabricated. how many new customers are you expecting? The Rosa Pasta sauce brand manager visits a local supermarket to obtain additional shelf space. Rosa had 60 square feet of space. what was the amount deducted from her pay? The “win” at the newest casino increased by 125% over the past three years.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 44 44 CALCULATING PERCENTAGES 11.5% of them were male dolls. 20. 16. what is the total new space? If the CPI (consumer price index) of 141 increased 8. 12. If the original package was valued at $9. and a local card retailer placed an order of $16. 21. What is the new price? A 230-employee collective bargaining association (union) agreed to a 2% reduction in their health benefit package. How many were male (rounded)? Tools returned to a hardware store as damaged are re-sold as damaged. 15. Originally.650.000.30. (Hint: The discount applies to the entire order. and the original win was $43 million. If her total deductions were 35%.25 minutes. Last month the price was $21.50.000. how much money did the company save with the reduction? There are 251. If the manager was able to obtain a 14% increase. this download time was reduced to 3.200. What is the rate of reduction? A marketing specialist earned $12.500 potential customers for your company’s services. 9 minutes. at a reduced price 32% of the original price of $164. What is the current win? A team project group that formed in a college leadership course designed. About 6. 19. the team sold 150 dolls. What was the increase? . If you plan to achieve a 16% market share after your new promotional campaign. It placed this information on its customer emailer. and sold dolls. What was the percentage increase? The Big Men retailer reduces the price of its $350 sport coats by 30%. 13. Thanks to a new property management system.450 for the average employee.95. 22. 17.3% this year.75 per hour and worked 38 hours per week. 18. What is the new price? Best Font Printing Company was attempting to reduce its holiday card inventory by offering a 40% discount on orders over $10.) What was the dollar discount on this order? The price of a share of stock in a hotel company rose on Tuesday to a new 52-week high of $38. During one semester. what would the CPI be at the end of the year? The American Red Cross reached its annual goal of increasing contributions by 18% over the prior year total of $1.

145 new customers were registered through your company’s website. An incentive clause in Barry Bonds’s contract allows for a 3. Last week.5 million. what was the new record? 24. This week. the host city’s citywide hotel occupancy rose 21% over the previous busiest night. 267 new customers were registered. During the World Series. What would the bonus be worth? 25. His contract is currently valued at $14. If the busiest night had been 76%.2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 45 APPLYING THIS CHAPTER 45 23. What is the rate of increase? .4% bonus if he hits more than 719 home runs this season.

Terry wants to increase movie rentals by another 25%. to 4 P. and the rest were martial arts films. Previously.M.M. 1. how many movies will be rented? Coffee Hour A local coffee shop has announced new hours of operation. What is the increase in total hours open? 2. 300 were comedies. 450 were dramas. This year.M. Terry’s Videos rented 937 movies. to 7 P. the total reached 1. Monday through Friday and 7 A. Saturday and Sunday.150 movies. Next year. to noon Saturday and Sunday. the hours were 7 A. 1. The new hours will be 7 A. 250 were children’s movies. Assuming that the hourly wage will stay the same (weekly original payroll $385).2137T_c03_030-046 29/9/06 22:28 Page 46 YOU TRY IT Terry’s Videos Last year during Thanksgiving weekend. what will be the total weekly pay under the new hours? 3.M. Monday through Friday and 7 A.M.M. to 4 P. What is the percentage increase in total pay? 46 . What is the percentage distribution for each movie category? 3. Of those. What is the percentage change from last year to this year? 2. 100 were musicals. If Terry meets her goal next year.M.

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