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Q: How are percents and fractions the same?

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They are all the same, fractions can be turned into percents and percents can be turned into fractions. hope that helps :)

they all can be used to find the answer to the same wole number

No, they are not.

Surely percents can always be expressed as fractions or decimals, but percents are useful for comparing values- percents are essentially fractions all of the same denominator so they are easier to compare. Example: which is bigger 9/20 or 88/200 ? which is bigger 45% or 44% ? The percent question is easier to answer even though the numbers are the same.

They need to know about decimals, fractions, and percents because they need to know the exact measures of the things they are designing.

They can sometimes all have the same numerical values as for example 3/4 = 0.75 = 75%

They are all different ways of representing the same thing: a relationship between two numbers.

Theyre not. DUmmie

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When you have 60% in fractions it is 60/100, because percent is alwase out of 100.

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do it urself u cheater

decimals fractions and percents are all alike because they show parts of 100, per 100(percent, cent representing for 100, century)

decimals fractions and percents are all alike because they show parts of 100, per 100(percent, cent representing for 100, century)

It is just a different way of presenting the same information, since fractions and percentages are interconvertible. Depending upon the circumstances, one form can be more readable and/or understandable than the other.

58 = 5,800% or 580/100

Convert them to decimals.

The answer will depend on what you wish to convert them to.

A proportion is when you make fractions into percents

Convert them to one or the other. Your answer will usually be more accurate if you're adding fractions.

Fractions, decimals and percents aren't integers

They are all ways of representing numbers.

Fractions and Percents.

fractions and percents u dumbasses

Because not all things are whole units.