Percent / Percentage Word Problems (Part 2)

Objective: I can solve word problems involving percent (percentage).

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Solve the following word problems.

Jesse had \$350. She spent 45% of her money.
a. How much money did she spend?

\$

b. How much money does she have left?

\$

The journey from town A to town B is 225 km. Harry took 1 hour to complete 45% of the journey.
a. How far has Harry travelled?

km

b. How much further does Harry need to travel?

km

There are 55 apples in a box. 20% of them were green and the rest were red.
a. How many apples in the box were green?

b. How many apples in the box were red?

Daisy bought 60 kg of flour. She used 35% of the flour to make cakes and 15% of the flour to make biscuits.
a. How much flour did she use?

kg

b. How much flour does she have left?

kg

There were 30 marbles in a bag. 10% of them were blue and 60% of them were red. The rest are yellow.
a. What percentage of the marbles is yellow?

%

b. How many yellow marbles were there?

Susan bought 25kg of meat. 15% of the meat was chicken and 45% of the meat was fish. The rest was beef.
a. What percentage of meat bought was beef?

%

b. What mass of beef was bought?

kg

There are 500 tickets for a concert. 90% of the tickets were sold. 60% of the tickets sold were adult tickets and the rest sold were children tickets.
a. How many tickets for adults were sold?

b. How many tickets for children were sold?

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