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Q: 50 percent or 50 percents

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A circle that can measure percents.

one forths and one fiths of a circle and change into a percent

0.023 = 2.3% Simply move the decimal to the right twice and attach the percent sign when you convert decimals to percents.

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

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

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the percents that you should easily know like 0% 50% and 100%

Average = (50%+89%+79%+63%+63%+61%+21%) ÷ 7 = 426 ÷ 7 = 60.86%

49 is 98% of 50. This one requires a little thought - You're dealing with a percent of 50. All percents are based off 100%. So this means 1-50 has to each be 2%.

Err... 2.5 IS a decimal. 2 1/2 is in fraction, and 2 and 50% is percents. ===================================== 2.5 percent is 0.025

10% of 50 is 5

30 percent for Asia

It is: 12.5%

var total = 100; var percent = 0.5; var result = total * percent; alert(result+"%"); // Displays "50%"

A circle that can measure percents.

because you get percents from your fraction-for example 5/10 --multiply 10 x 10 to get 100 and whatever you do to the denomemator ( the bottom number) you must do to the topp so 5 x 10 = 50 so now your fraction is 50/100 and your percent is 50%

178 percent of 35 is 1,050%

It is: 0.5*100 = 50%

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