Percents Learning Module      Lesson 1 Quiz
Directions• 5 total multiple choice  questions• Read the question• Write down your answer• Click the right arrow  button t...
Question #1Which of the following is the same as the wordpercent?A) Per 10B) Per 100C) ÷ 100D) Both B & C                 ...
Question #1Which of the following is the same as the wordpercent?A) Per 10B) Per 100C) ÷ 100D) Both B & C                 ...
Question #2If you get 20 questions correct on a test that has30 questions correct, did you get more or lessthan 50% correc...
Question #2If you get 20 questions correct on a test that has30 questions correct, did you get more or lessthan 50% correc...
Question #33. Where does the term, “percent,” come from?A) It was the name of who invented itB) The RomansC) The ItaliansD...
Question #33. Where does the term, “percent,” come from?A) It was the name of who invented itB) The RomansC) The ItaliansD...
Question #44. We use percents today because….A) 100 is the first 3-digit number in our numbersystemB) It is a universal me...
Question #44. We use percents today because….A) 100 is the first 3-digit number in our numbersystemB) It is a universal me...
NEXT• If you missed more than one question  – Make sure you understand why you missed it  – If you can’t do that, then wat...
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  1. 1. Percents Learning Module Lesson 1 Quiz
  2. 2. Directions• 5 total multiple choice questions• Read the question• Write down your answer• Click the right arrow button to see the answer• Check your answer• Click the right arrow to continue to next question
  3. 3. Question #1Which of the following is the same as the wordpercent?A) Per 10B) Per 100C) ÷ 100D) Both B & C Click the right arrow to check your answer
  4. 4. Question #1Which of the following is the same as the wordpercent?A) Per 10B) Per 100C) ÷ 100D) Both B & C Click the right arrow to go to question 2 of 4
  5. 5. Question #2If you get 20 questions correct on a test that has30 questions correct, did you get more or lessthan 50% correct?A) More than 50% correctB) Less than 50% correctC) More information is needed Click the right arrow toD) I don’t know check your answer
  6. 6. Question #2If you get 20 questions correct on a test that has30 questions correct, did you get more or lessthan 50% correct?A) More than 50% correctB) Less than 50% correctC) More information is needed Click the right arrow to go to question 3 of 4D) I don’t know
  7. 7. Question #33. Where does the term, “percent,” come from?A) It was the name of who invented itB) The RomansC) The ItaliansD) It sounds like a cent and the word percentmeans per cent or per penny Click the right arrow to check your answer
  8. 8. Question #33. Where does the term, “percent,” come from?A) It was the name of who invented itB) The RomansC) The ItaliansD) It sounds like a cent and the word percentmeans per cent or per penny Click the right arrow to go to question 4 of 4
  9. 9. Question #44. We use percents today because….A) 100 is the first 3-digit number in our numbersystemB) It is a universal measure that easily allows us tocompare anything to a quantity of 100.C) It looks coolD) Math teachers want to make studentsthe right arrow to Click workharder than they need to check your answer
  10. 10. Question #44. We use percents today because….A) 100 is the first 3-digit number in our numbersystemB) It is a universal measure that easily allows us tocompare anything to a quantity of 100.C) It looks coolD) Math teachers want to make studentsthe right arrow to Click workharder than they need to go to the next page
  11. 11. NEXT• If you missed more than one question – Make sure you understand why you missed it – If you can’t do that, then watch Lesson 1 again. – If that doesn’t work, then look online. – If that doesn’t work, then notify the instructor via email or in person• If you missed 1 question or less, CONGRATS! – Move on to Lesson 2.
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