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## Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 2220 Percentages

### Instructions and Help about Will Form 2220 Percentages

Hi there, thank you for checking out my channel. Thank you for clicking on this video, as it is part of a series on math. In this particular video, we are going to talk about a very special technique called "racialization." This technique can be used to solve percentage questions. If you haven't seen the video on racialization, you can watch it by clicking the link that should be popping up right here if you are watching this on YouTube. Also, if you are not watching on YouTube, you can search for it on YouTube. The name of the video is "Racialization: Solving Relational Problems." Racialization is a short equation where a fraction is turned into a ratio. For example, if you say 2 is to 3, that is a fraction, but we can convert it to decimals and percentages. The concept of racialization, which is the same technique, can also be used for percentage questions in exams. I have already posted videos on expanding percentages and calculating percentages of numbers, but this video is going to be different. There are various other types of percentage questions that we will cover, such as "What is 30 percent of 120?" and "What is 100 percent of 3000?" In this video, we will focus on solving percentage questions using racialization. I am making this video because I know that many of you may not be comfortable with percentage questions, especially when it comes to finding percentages of numbers. For example, "What is 25 percent of 13 million?" Using the same racialization technique, you can solve these questions easily. Now, let me explain the technique. Instead of using the traditional method, we will use ratio rotation. This technique eliminates the use of the variable "X" and makes the process easier. If you want...