Q: When are percentages taught in American math classes?

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Yes, probably mainly percentages and adding/subtracting. Very simple mathematics.

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like 5/6 into a percentage or 0.45 to change a fraction like that u divide 5 by 6 and u get 0.8333333333333334 to change it to a percentage u move the decimal to the right twice and u get 83.33%

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