Q: How do you turn a whole number into a percentage?

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Multiply the whole number to 100%.

you turn the decimal into a fraction then you turn the fraction into a whole number and add a percent sign

That is impossible

Simply divide. 18 / 2 = 9, a whole number.

It rounds to 3 as a whole number because .4 is less than .5

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You have to turn the percentage into a decimal.

Decimal percentage, move the decimal point to the right two places, and then add a percentage sign; fraction into percentage, you can first turn the fraction into a decimal, and then turn the fraction into a percentage, or you can turn the fraction into a fraction whose denominator is 100, and directly rewrite it into a percentage!

Divide your total by the number there were in the whole thing, then multiply that result by 100.

Yes, for example 50% is really 50/100, which is 1/2. The percentage number is always put above 100 for a fraction. For a whole number the percentage would have to be above 100 and is a multiple of 100

for example: 40% 40% / 100 = .40 that's the decimal equivalent for that.

710 is a whole number.

0.535 is a fractional number in decimal form and there is no sensible way to turn it into a whole number.

You do nothing. A negative number is a whole number.

Multiply the whole number to 100%.

Step 1: Close you eyes.Step 2: Open them. Its done! 152 is a whole number so you do not need to do anything to "turn it" into a whole number!

You can convert a percentage into a whole number by dividing it by 100. For example, if we have 500%, to convert this into a whole number you do: 500/100 = 5 Thus 500% is equivalent to 5.

25 IS a whole number: you need do nothing.