Percentage chains

This resource is designed to support children with spotting the links between percentages of amounts.  Once they have found these key amounts ask them if there are other percentages that they can now work out using these.  E.g. can you find two different ways of working out 45%?  Which was the quickest?

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This resource is designed to support children with spotting the links between percentages of amounts.  Once they have found these key amounts ask them if there are other percentages that they can now work out using these.  E.g. can you find two different ways of working out 45%?  Which was the quickest?

Percentage chains
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