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Q: How can percents describe a change in area?

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if you change the side length the area will change. It is possible to change them and not change the area. For example make side twice and long and the other half as long. But in general, if you change the lengths of the sides the area of the rectangle changes.

Kinda of a combination of both. The surface of a 3-D object is called surface area.

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Fixed area means that the measurement is given and does not change.

The area of the triangle would double

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0.355

Simply multiply it by 100 to change it into a percentage

41% = 0.41 To change decimals to percents, move the decimal two places to the right and add the percent sign. (To change percents to decimals, move the decimal two places to the left.)

the percents of England's are that is protected is 26 %

Well, 2.39 is 239%, and 0.39 is 39%. Get it?

by putting the number over a hundred or thousand...etc..

Percents are hundredths. To change a percent to a fraction, put it over 100. To change a percent to a decimal, divide it by 100, which means move the decimal point two places to the left. 3i% = 31/100 = 0.31

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No one invented percents.

To change % to fraction: Divide the % by 100% Example: To change 93% to fraction: 93%/100% = 93/100

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