Teacher guide TIMES Module 20: Number and Algebra: percentages - teacher guide

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This is a 15-page guide for teachers. This module introduces percentages and their many uses in science, commerce and measurement.




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Educational value
  • The modules are written for teachers. They provide the mathematical background to enable teachers, together with other resources, to plan the development of topics in their classrooms. This module provides practical examples of the applications of straight-line graphs and demonstrates the usefulness of mathematics. It is related to Module 18: Number and Algebra: decimals and percentages - teacher guide, Module 17: Number and Algebra: the unitary method - teacher guide and Module 22: Number and Algebra: consumer arithmetic - teacher guide.
Year level

7; 8

Learning area
  • Mathematics

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  • © The University of Melbourne on behalf of the International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics (ICE-EM), the education division of the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), 2011 (except where otherwise indicated). You may copy and communicate this material for non-commercial educational purposes provided you retain all acknowledgements associated with the material.