# Percentage Worksheets for Class 5 Maths

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## Percentage Worksheets for Class 5 in PDF Format

### Class 5 Percentage Practice Worksheet with answers

Q.1 Convert each of the following simplest form percentages to fractions, giving your answers in their simplest form.

(a) 10%         (b) 25%        (c) 4%
(d) 80%          (e) 75%        (f) 12%
(g) 90%          (h) 35%        (i) 82%

(a) 110
(b) 14
(c) 125
(d) 45
(e) 34
(f) 325
(g) 910
(h) 710
(i) 4150

Q.2 Convert the following decimals to percentages

(a) 0.5         (b) 0.74       (c) 0.35
(d) 0.1          (e) 0.52        (f) 0.8
(g) 0.04        (h) 0.18        (i) 0.4
(j) 0.08         (k) 0.07        (l) 0.3

Q.3 A school has 500 students. If 70% of the students are boys, how many girls are in the school?

The number of boys in the school is 70% of 500 = 0.7 x 500 = 350 The number of girls in the school is 500 – 350 = 150. Therefore, there are 150 girls in the school.

Q.4 In a class of 40 students, 25% of the students scored an A grade in the math test. How many students scored an A grade?

The number of students who scored an A grade is 25% of 40 = 0.25 x 40 = 10. Therefore, 10 students scored an A grade in the math test.

Q.5 A school has 500 students. If 60% of the students are girls, how many boys are in the school?

Answer: The number of girls in the school is 60% of 500 = 0.6 x 500 = 300 The number of boys in the school is 500 – 300 = 200

Therefore, there are 200 boys in the school.

Q.6 If a shirt is sold at a discount of 20% off its original price of Rs. 500, what is the sale price?

Answer: The discount amount is 20% of Rs. 500 = 0.20 x 500 = Rs. 100 The sale price is the original price minus the discount amount = Rs. 500 – Rs. 100 = Rs. 400

Therefore, the sale price is Rs. 400.

Q.7 In a class of 30 students, 25% of the students are absent. How many students are present in the class?

Answer: The number of students who are absent is 25% of 30 = 0.25 x 30 = 7.5 We can’t have half a student absent, so we round up to the nearest whole number: 8 The number of students who are present is 30 – 8 = 22

Therefore, there are 22 students present in the class.

Q.8 Convert 0.25 to a percentage.

0.25 x 100% = 25%

Therefore, 0.25 is equal to 25%.

Q.9 Convert 0.75 to a percentage.

0.75 x 100% = 75%

Therefore, 0.75 is equal to 75%.

Q.10 Convert 0.5 to a percentage.

0.5 x 100% = 50%

Therefore, 0.5 is equal to 50%.

Q.11 Convert 0.2 to a percentage.

0.2 x 100% = 20%

Therefore, 0.2 is equal to 20%.

Q.12 Convert 0.85 to a percentage.

0.85 x 100% = 85%

Therefore, 0.85 is equal to 85%.

Q.13 Convert 1/4 to a percentage.

1/4 x 100% = 25%

Therefore, 1/4 is equal to 25%.

Q.14 Convert 3/4 to a percentage.

3/4 x 100% = 75%

Therefore, 3/4 is equal to 75%.

Q.15 Convert 2/5 to a percentage.

2/5 x 100% = 40%

Therefore, 2/5 is equal to 40%.

Q.16 Convert 5/8 to a percentage.

5/8 x 100% = 62.5%

Therefore, 5/8 is equal to 62.5%.

Q.17 Convert 3/10 to a percentage.

3/10 x 100% = 30%

Therefore, 3/10 is equal to 30%.

Q.18 A house costs Rs 30 Lakhs. A buyer is given a 10% discount. How much money does the buyer save?

Q.19 John has invested Rs 5000 in a building society. He gets 5% interest each year. How much interest does he get in a year?

Q.20 Karen bought an antique vase for Rs 120. Two years later its value had increased by 25%. What was the new value of the vase?