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Q: How do you get a rate as a fraction?

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A fraction is a numerical constant. Being a fraction does not alter that. And, as a constant, its rate of change is precisely zero.

A rate is a fraction that compares two quantities measured in different units. If the denominator of the fraction is 1 unit, the rate is called a unit rate.

It is a fraction in which one of the elements - usually the numerator - is 1.

the same as a unit rate just in fraction form

There is no rate, but there is a fraction: 1/4

No

Scale the fraction up or down so that the denominator is 1.

% rate= 0.323 * 100%= 32.3%= 323/1000 in fraction

0.34 = 34/100 as fraction and 34% as percent rate

4/1

It is the percentage or fraction of the working population that are not working.

Yes.

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