**Download Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

**Q.1) Convert into Percentage.**

a) 80 %

b) 50 %

c) 60 %

**Q.2) Convert into percentage .**

a) 230 %

b) 220 %

c) 210 %

**Q.3) Convert 75 % into a Fraction and simplify the result to its lowest term .**

a)

b)

c)

**Q.4) Convert 25 % into decimal .**

a) 0.19

b) 0.21

c) 0.25

**Q.5) How much Percentage of 6 kg is 300 g .**

a) 10 %

b) 5 %

c) 3 %

**Q.6) Find 12 % of 25?**

a) 3

b) 1

c) 7

**Q.7) In a School 70 % of the Students are Girls . What is the percentage of Boys in the School ?**

a) 20 %

b) 15 %

c) 30 %

**Q.8) In an exam Divya got 30 marks out of 50 . What percentage of marks did she get ?**

a) 65 %

b) 60 %

c) 55 %

**Q.9) There are 88 children in a class . 75 % of them chose Sanskrit as an extra subject. The rest chose Hindi . How many of them chose Sanskrit and how many chose Hindi ?**

a) Number of children who chose Sanskrit = 76 , Number of children who chose Hindi = 12

b) Number of children who chose Sanskrit = 22 , Number of children who chose Hindi = 66

c) Number of children who chose Sanskrit = 66 , Number of children who chose Hindi = 22

**Q.10) There are 80 children in a class , out of which 48 children went for picnic . What is the percentage of children who did not go for the picnic and percentage of children who went for picnic**

a) Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = 40 % , Percentage of children who went for picnic = 60 %

b)Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = 50 % , Percentage of children who went for picnic = 50 %

c)Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = 30 % , Percentage of children who went for picnic = 70 %

### Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5 Explanations

**Q.1) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

To convert a Fraction into Percentage, we need to multiply the Fraction by 100, and add the sign of Percentage (%) to it

That is,

( Given Fraction x 100 ) %

Therefore,

( x100)%

On Simplification,

( 4 x 20 ) %

= 80 %

So, Fraction in terms of percentage is 80 %

**Correct Answer – a) 80 %**

**Q.2) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

First of all , we have to convert the Mixed Fraction into Improper Fraction

= ()

Quotient = 2

Remainder = 2

Dividend = 20

We can use the following formula to convert Mixed Fraction into Improper fraction =

So, given fraction can be written as

=

Now, to convert a Fraction into Percentage, we need to multiply Fraction by 100 and add the sign of Percentage (%) to it

( Fraction x 100 ) %

= ( x 100 ) %

= ( 42 x 5 ) %

= 210 %

So, in terms of percentage is 210 %

**Correct Answer – c) 210 %**

**Q.3) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

In order to convert a Percentage into a Fraction, we Divide the Percentage by 100, and remove the sign of Percentage (%).

That is, ( ) and remove the sign of %

we have,

75 % =

Now, to convert to its lowest term, find the HCF of Numerator and Denominator

HCF of 75 and 100 is 25

Divide both 75 and 100 by their HCF i.e, 25

=

Hence 75 % =

**Correct Answer – a) **

**Q.4) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

In order to convert given Percentage into into decimal, we have to perform the following steps:

Step 1 – Convert the Percentage into Fraction, by dividing the given Percentage by 100 and remove the sign of Percentage (%).

i.e, 25 % =

Step 2 – Convert the Fraction obtained at Step 1, into a Decimal form , by dividing numerator by Denominator

i.e, = 0.25

Hence, Decimal form of 25 % is 0.25

**Correct Answer – c) 0.25**

**Q.5) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

In order to compare two quantities, both of them should be in same units. Here we have one unit in kg and other unit in g . So we would first convert both the quantities into same units

As we know that,

1 kg = 1000 g

Therefore,

6 kg = 6 x 1000 g

= 6000 g

To express 300 g as a Percentage of 6000 g

Fraction =

Fraction =

Now, To convert Fraction into Percentage, we need to multiply the given Fraction by 100 and add the sign of Percentage (%) to the result.

So, (x 100 ) %

On simplifying we get,

= 5 %

Hence, 300 g is 5 % of 6 kg .

**Correct Answer – b) 5 %**

**Q.6) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

Firstly we convert the Percentage into Fraction, by dividing the given percentage by 100, and then remove the sign of %

i.e, 12 % =

Since ‘of’ means multiplication

We would now, Multiply the Fraction with given quantity

or in other words x 25

= 3

Hence, 12 % of 25 is 3

**Correct Answer – a) 3**

**Q.7) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

Percentage of Girls in the School = 70 %

We have to find Percentage of Boys in the School

Since, anything as a whole is cosidered as 100 %

So, Percentage of total number of Students in the School = 100 %

Percentage of Boys = Percentage of total number of Students – Percentage of Girls

= ( 100 – 70 ) %

Percentage of Boys = 30 %

**Correct Answer – c) 30 %**

**Q.8) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

Marks obtained by Divya = 30

Maximum marks = 50

We can write marks obtained by Radha as a Fraction of Maximum marks as

Fraction =

Fraction =

Now, To convert Fraction into Percentage, we need to multiply the given Fraction by 100 and add the sign of Percentage (%) to the result.

So, ( x 100 ) %

= 60 %

So, the Percentage of marks obtained by Divya = 60 %

**Correct Answer – b) 60 %**

**Q.9) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

Total number of children in a class = 88

Percentage of children who chose Sanskrit = 75 %

Number of children who chose Sanskrit = 75 % of 88

= ( x 88 )

Number of children who chose Sanskrit = 66

Number of children who chose Hindi = Total number of children – Number of children who chose Sanskrit

= 88 – 66

Number of children who chose Hindi = 22

**Correct Answer – c) Number of children who chose Sanskrit = 66 , Number of children who chose Hindi = 22**

**Q.10) Explanation – Percentage Worksheets for Grade 5**

Total number of children in the class = 80

Number of children who went for picnic = 48

It can be written as,

Percentage of children who went for picnic =x 100 %

Percentage of children who went for picnic = ( x 100 ) %

Percentage of children who went for picnic = 60 %

Since, anything as a whole is considered as 100 %

So, Percentage of Total number of children = 100 %

Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = Percentage of Total number of children – Percentage of children who went for picnic

Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = ( 100 – 60 ) %

Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = 40 %

**Correct Answer – a) Percentage of children who who did not go for the picnic = 40 % , Percentage of children who went for picnic = 60 %**

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