Q: A ratio whose second term is 100?

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That is called percent.

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A percent IS a ratio where the denominator (or second part of the ratio) is 100.

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The ratio of 177 to 100 is 1.77 and, as a percentage, that is 177%

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A percentage.

Given a ratio, a percentage is the numerator of an equivalent ratio whose denominator is 100.

Given a ratio, a percentage is the numerator of an equivalent ratio whose denominator is 100.

That is called percent.

A percent IS a ratio where the denominator (or second part of the ratio) is 100.

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Multiply each term by 10 to get: 83 to 100 Since 83 and 100 don't have the common factor, this is the simplified ratio of 8.3 to 10.

A percent is a ratio whose denominator is 100. I know this because I am a math teacher'part of a hundred'

A percent is a number relative to 100. Therefore, we want the number 100 in the ratio. In order to do that, we need to multiply BOTH numbers in the ratio by a number so that the second number of the new ratio is equal to 100. The first number of the new ratio is the percent. For example: 4:5 = [4*20]:[5*20] = 80:100 = 80%

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The ratio is 47:100

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