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Basics of Percentage - 1
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In this lesson you will learn meaning and symbol of percentage.

## Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

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Thank u so much mam...
Hb
sir how u got 3-1 in Q. 2
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Tq sir would you make divisibility video up to 30 sir for us plz
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sir, 2nd question I didn't understand. please could you explain it with another method?
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Sir from where 3 came, in the question when you multiply 37*3-1 = 110
Dnyanesh Mahajan
a month ago
0.5 is taken common, so to make 1.5, he multiplied by 3
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Sir you are real teacher
1. Percentage Basics Part 1

2. Er, Bharat Gupta Having 20 years of teaching experience. Authored several books published by Pearson, Vikas, Unique publication etc Any query or suggestion, share your comments. . .

3. Percentage is a method of denoting fractions or part of any quantity into an equivalent form. Percent is comparing values with 100. If it is given that a container contain 30% alcohol, it means that 30 part of container is alcohol and 70 part of the container is water or other quantity. In this case we assume volumes of container be 100. Water Alcohol

4. Symbol of percent meter/seconds - meter per second per means divide Cent = 100 so percent per + cent-divide by 100 Per symbol / cent is 100 combining two percent symbol is %

5. Basic terms and formula (i) a % of b-100 b (ii) ais what % of b = b 100 Here comparing value is important. As we are comparing value of a with respect of b hence b will be in denominator Or In this case the term after "of" always comes in denominator Also unit of a and b should be same Divide by 100 Multiply

6. 1 : Find 17% of 95. a. 18.93 b. 16.15 C. 0.61 d. 15.61

7. 1 : Find 17% of 95. a. 18.93 b. 16.15 c. 0.61 d. 15.61 low

8. 2: 37% of 150-0.05% of 1000 = ? a. 50 b. 55 C. 55.5 d. 55.55

9. 2: 37% of 150-0.05% of 1000 = ? a. 50 b. 55 c. 55.5 d. 55.55 3 Iso-o.o sing lom 3 10D 55'5-.5

10. 3:5gm is what % of 1 kg. a. 5% b. 50% c, 0.50% d, 0.05%