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% to fraction: divide % by 100%Example: 3% = 3%/100% = 3/100fraction to 100%: multiply the fraction by 100%Example: 3/100 =3/100 * 100% = 3%

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You use a reciprical in dividing fractions. 1st you write down the problem. then you flip over the 2nd fraction and multiply the 1st fraction with the second fraction, and there is your answer,

10 is an integer, not a fraction. There is not really a sensible way of writing it as a fraction. However, if you must, you can use 10/1 as an equivalent fraction.

you would take your numerator in fraction and put it behind your decimal

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% to fraction: divide % by 100%Example: 3% = 3%/100% = 3/100fraction to 100%: multiply the fraction by 100%Example: 3/100 =3/100 * 100% = 3%

It is 2 26/100. You can simplify that if required.

340 is an integer, not a fraction. But, if you had to write it as a fraction, you could use 340/1.

Use a catolator

use a fraction

You use a reciprical in dividing fractions. 1st you write down the problem. then you flip over the 2nd fraction and multiply the 1st fraction with the second fraction, and there is your answer,

To convert a percent to a fraction shift the decimal point two places to the left.35% = 0.35Now write that over 100 (use as many zeroes as there are places in the decimal) and reduce.0.35 = 35/100 = 7/20Another example: 8.5% = 0.085 = 85/1000 = 17/200.

To calculate the mass percent of benzene in the solution, we first need to convert the mole fraction of benzene to mass fraction using the molecular weights of benzene and toluene. Then, we can use the formula: Mass percent = (mass fraction of benzene / total mass of solution) x 100 Given the mole fraction of benzene as 0.40, we can use this information to determine the mass fraction and then calculate the mass percent of benzene in the solution.

10 is an integer, not a fraction. There is not really a sensible way of writing it as a fraction. However, if you must, you can use 10/1 as an equivalent fraction.

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you would take your numerator in fraction and put it behind your decimal

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