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A percentage is a way of showing how much of something you have, compared to the whole amount. It is usually shown as a number followed by a percent sign (%).

For example, if you have a pizza with 8 slices and you eat 2 slices, you have eaten 2 out of 8 slices. To find out what percentage of the pizza you ate, you can divide the number of slices you ate (2) by the total number of slices (8), and then multiply by 100. This will give you the percentage.

So, 2 divided by 8 is 0.25. Multiplying by 100 gives you 25%, which means you ate 25% of the pizza.

Another way to think about percentages is if you have 100% of something, you have all of it. If you have 50%, you have half of it. And if you have 0%, you have none of it.

So basically, percentages help us understand how much of something we have compared to the whole amount.

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