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The document contains instructions for calculating percentages and proportions of numbers. It asks the reader to calculate three quarters of 100, 5% of 60, 28% of 25, 21% of 49, and provides the answers in a correction section at the end.

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This document provides examples and instructions for solving percent problems using proportions. It begins with examples of converting fractions to decimals. It then provides examples of finding percentages of numbers using mental math. Finally, it demonstrates how to set up and solve percent problems using proportions with the format "Percent = Is/Of", crossing out terms and solving for the unknown value. It provides multiple examples of setting up and solving for the percentage, the number being taken a percentage of, and the value being solved for.

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The document is a math worksheet on relative numbers with 5 problems: 1) -5 + 5 x 3, 2) -8:5, 3) ? x 10 = - 38, 4) ? x 5 = 13, 5) -36 : ?= -4. The correction section provides the answers: for problem 1 the answer is 10, for problem 2 the answer is -1.6, for problem 3 the answer is -3.8, for problem 4 the answer is 2.6, and for problem 5 the answer is 9.

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