It is quite simple to convert a percentage to a decimal fraction. Just move the decimal point two spaces to the left. So, 50% becomes .5 and 75% becomes .75 and half a percent (.5%) becomes .005 and 100% becomes 1. Percentage, remember, means out of a hundred. So 50% is 50 out of a hundred, which is half. And as a decimal, half is .5 which you can derive simply by moving the decimal point.
Decimals and percentages are easier to compare than fractions - particularly if they are unlike fractions. That does not explain why percentages are required when we have decimal number and there is no good answer to that!
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It may be simplest to convert them all to a common form: rational fractions, decimal fractions or percentages and then compare them. When you are more expert, you may be able to convert them pairwise into a common basis and compare.
Divide the percentage value by 100.
change it to a decimal. then change it to a fraction. and then reduce it
change the fraction into a decimal then multiply by 100
You first convert them to equivalent fractions with a common denominator. Or you convert them to decimal fractions.
The simplest way is to convert them to like fractions, or percentages.
divide to change the fraction into a decimal and multiply by 100 to change the decimal to a percent.
98.0% = 98.0/100 = 980/1000 = 98/100 = 49/50 45.684% = 45.684/100 = 45684/100000 = 22842/50000 = 11421/25000 Thus you can convert any decimal percentage to fraction
It is easy: just convert to decimal fractions.
When calculating with percentages, one method is to first convert them to decimals or fractions. Using the decimal method, 80%=0.8 and 100%=1. Therefore, the literal translation of you question would read "0.8 x 1 = 0.8". 0.8 is the decimal answer. If you wanted a percentage answer, you would convert this back to 80%. Kind of a nonsense question, though. You usually do not take percentages of percentages.
Multiply the decimal by 100 and append a percentage symbol.
Starting from a decimal fraction, a percentage is simply the decimal fraction with the decimal point moved two place to the right.If you have a rational fraction, you convert it to an equivalent fraction whose denominator is 100. Then the numerator of that equivalent fraction is the percentage.
percentage is a fraction of 1 with a denominator of 100, eg 45 % is 45 / 100 or 0.45 in decimal you can interchange the values of percentages, decimals and fractions, each is just a more convinient way of saying the same thing, percentages tend to be in the money world, straight decimals are for arithmetic and generally fractions are pre decimal
Yes, provided you consider fractions and percentages as ratios.Yes, provided you consider fractions and percentages as ratios.Yes, provided you consider fractions and percentages as ratios.Yes, provided you consider fractions and percentages as ratios.
To convert percentages to decimal: 1. Remove the % sign. 2. Divide the given percentage by 100. Example: 62.5% = 62.5%/100% = 0.625
To change percentages into fractions, you simply divide by 100.
They can both be converted into decimals and from there into fractions or percentages.
convert them to decimals or percentages first to figure out the order then write the answers as fractions
NoImproved Answer:-Yes equivalent fractions can be converted into identical decimals.
They are all real numbers. All fractions can be expressed as percentages but not all percentages can be represented as fractions.
Fractions are integers divided by integers. Percentages are the number of hundredths.
For example:Convert 9/10 into a percentage. Here's what you do:First, you divide .9 into 10.00Your answer is .90. So then you just call it 90%.RULE:All you have to do to is convert the fraction to a decimal, then just forget about the decimal and change it to a percent (%).It's really easy once you get the hang of it :)Hope this helped!
Convert the repeating decimals into fractions, and then add those. If you need it as a decimal, then you can just convert the product back into a decimal!:)