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This help guide will show you how to use all of the features of the percent questions page on keymathskills.com to make sure that you get the best out of the site for pupils at school or at home. Tutors, teachers, or students can customize each page to generate basic drills to help them to learn to compute basic percentage questions of the percentage of amount type.

Popup menu:

Click the buttons to generate the type of percentage question that you want for each column. Click the tick when you have finished. Choose questions that involve whole number percentages, or decimal percentages.

Top menu:

Click here to get to the other pages on the site: multiply, factors, add, percent, x10x100x1000 and fractions. Please note: the multiply page is free, but the other pages are available only in demo mode unless premium content is purchased.

Content menu:

There are many ways to use the buttons here to customize the way that you, or your students, see the questions.
Chooser: change the type of addition questions.
Change: change the questions
Answers: show the answers. Click again to hide the answers.

Normal: change the practice questions to conventional maths 'sums'.
Mixed: a mixture of basic and inverse questions
Inverse: Inverse only questions. This is a good way to teach and practise subtraction.

Level: Click on the numbers to change the levels of the 3 columns. This changes the way that the page looks on the webpage or interactive whiteboard to help you to provide differentiated resources for students of all abilities. Click on each number to display that ability level.

Print:
You can print out free maths worksheets by using the print button on your browser. Selecting 'landscape' from your browser menu will give the best results.