## KS3 / GCSE - 7 Percentage Starters - PowerPoint

by bcooper87

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A PowerPoint with a collection of multiple choice percentage quizzes, has multipliers, reverse percentage, percentage increase and decrease, converting fractions and decimals to percentages, and finding percentages mentally. Ideal for KS3 and GCSE students.

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- Aug 29, 2011
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- Dec 2, 2014
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