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Put the percent over 100 to make a fraction. Then simplify the fraction and you have the ratio.

ex.) 1. 50%

2. 50/100 (thats the fraction 50 over 100)

3. 1/2 (I divided both the numerator and denominator both by 50)

4. 1:2 (thats your ratio)

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Multiply the ratio 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%

Means for every 100 units of one, you add 12 units of 2. Or a 20/3 ratio (expressed in percent).

The ratio is 1:25 4 percent as a ratio is 0.04 : 1

ratio = 70% : 30 % = 7 : 3

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Multiply the ratio by 100.

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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%

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Means for every 100 units of one, you add 12 units of 2. Or a 20/3 ratio (expressed in percent).

A percent is a ratio of a number to 100.

Any number of percent is the ratio of that number to 100.

The ratio is 1:25 4 percent as a ratio is 0.04 : 1