In this tutorial, we learn all about Ratios.

How to write them

What proportion is

How to simplify ratios

Use correct notation for ratios

In this tutorial, we learn about how to write ratios in the form 1:n and n:1 using the unitary method.

We then use these concepts to solve some tricky exam questions

In this tutorial, we learn about sharing amounts in a given ratio. ARVE Error: src mismatch

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In this tutorial, we learn how to convert a Ratio to a Fraction.

In this video, we’ll look at the how to find the fraction of an amount.

This is the first video in this series where I introduce you to what we mean by a percentage.

I now show you how to find a percentage of a quantity which is a common task in working with percentages.

Next, I move on to show you how to convert a fraction to a percentage. Again this is a common task in working with percentages.

You will need to be able to calculate a percentage change such as a percentage profit / loss or percentage increase / decrease. This video shows you how.

I now work through a quick method to increase or decrease a quantity by a percentage.

## Examples

In this tutorial, we learn what are multipliers and how to use them to work out amounts that have been increased or decreased by a certain percentage.

In this tutorial, we learn about simple interest and how to use the PIN formula to easily solve simple interest problems using a calculator.

In this tutorial, we learn about compound interest and how to solve ALL types of Compound interest problems.

In this tutorial, we learn about reverse percentages and how to solve problems using proportion and multipliers.