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Q: Change thirteen percent to a fraction with the denominator of 100?

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One way to change a percent into a fraction is to take the percent number and but the denominator as 100. For example if the percent number was 43 then that would be your numerator and 100 would be your denominator so it should be 43/100. Percent means out of 100 so your denominator should be 100 unless you simplify your fraction.

A percent is really just a special fraction, where the denominator is 100, but you just replace that with the % sign. Percent means out of 100. Therefore, we can write 50% as 50/100. To change from a fraction to a percent, get the denominator to be 100 and then just write the numerator. Decimal form is actually "doing" the dividing by 100. 50% = 50/100 = .50

To convert a fraction to a decimal, divide the numerator by the denominator. If you want to convert a decimal to a percent, multiply it by 100. If you want to make a percent a fraction, just put it over 100 and then simplify. To change a fraction to a percent, divide the fraction and then multiply it by 100.

Change the ratio into a fraction and change the fraction into a percent. For example: 9:100 - Ratio 9/100 - Fraction 9% - Percent Example 2: 5:20 5/20 5/20 = 25/100 (You denominator *20* x *5* will equal 100) 25%

First, change to a fraction, then multiply numerator and denominator by 10, then divide both by 2: .2% = .2/100 = 2/1000 =1/500

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(Numerator / denominator)* 100

One way to change a percent into a fraction is to take the percent number and but the denominator as 100. For example if the percent number was 43 then that would be your numerator and 100 would be your denominator so it should be 43/100. Percent means out of 100 so your denominator should be 100 unless you simplify your fraction.

-- Divide the numerator by the denominator. -- Multiply the quotient by 100 .

for a fraction to a decimal, you divide the numerator by the denominator. 9/10=.90. for percent what ever the decimal is, the percent is. .76=%76

Devide the numerator by the denominator and move the decimal 2 places to the right.

-- Divide the numerator by the denominator. -- Multiply the result by 100.

The denominator will change for some operations and not for others.

A percent is really just a special fraction, where the denominator is 100, but you just replace that with the % sign. Percent means out of 100. Therefore, we can write 50% as 50/100. To change from a fraction to a percent, get the denominator to be 100 and then just write the numerator. Decimal form is actually "doing" the dividing by 100. 50% = 50/100 = .50

Any kind of fraction becomes decimal notation if you divide the denominator into the numerator. Any decimal notation becomes a percent if you multiply it by 100.

Fractions to Decimals to percent Example- For example the fraction is 4/7. You divide the numerator by the denominator and you get 0.571. If you want it into a percent, (Percent= out of 100) You multiply the decimal by 100 and you get 57.1%

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