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In this section, we will try to estimate the percent of a number without using a calculator. The trick is to breakdown the percent into smaller percent first. These smaller percentages are easier for mental calculation.

- Introductiona)
- What is a percent?
- How to find the percent of a number?

- 1.Evaluate without using a calculator. Then, check your answers with a calculator.a)15% of 40b)320% of 600c)17.5% of 20d)$20\frac{1}{4}$% of 50
- 2.The total rain precipitation of last summer was 350 mm. If it increased by $12\frac{1}{2}$% this summer, what was the rain precipitation this summer?

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