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# What do fractions percents and decimals all have in common?

Updated: 9/23/2023

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They are all ways of representing numbers.

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### How are decimals fractions and percents alike?

decimals fractions and percents are all alike because they show parts of 100, per 100(percent, cent representing for 100, century)

### What do fractions decimals and percents have in common?

They can sometimes all have the same numerical values as for example 3/4 = 0.75 = 75%

### What are the relationship between fractions decimals and percents?

they all can be used to find the answer to the same wole number

### Are fractions greater than percents?

They are all the same, fractions can be turned into percents and percents can be turned into fractions. hope that helps :)

### What do percentages fractions and decimals have in common?

They're all numbers.

### Can all terminating decimals be written as fractions?

All terminating decimals can be written as fractions.

### Why can't a fraction or a decimal be used instead of a percent?

Surely percents can always be expressed as fractions or decimals, but percents are useful for comparing values- percents are essentially fractions all of the same denominator so they are easier to compare. Example: which is bigger 9/20 or 88/200 ? which is bigger 45% or 44% ? The percent question is easier to answer even though the numbers are the same.

### What numbers do you have to change fractions to decimals?

All numbers can be changed from fractions to decimals.

8 = 800% or 8.0

### Why are repeating decimals common to get after dividing?

all rational fractions are repeating. When you divide, eventually the remainder will repeat and then will the sequence

### Why do you us fractions decimal or percents?

Because not all things are whole units.

### When given a problem with decimals and fractions should you convert them to all decimals or all fractions?

It really doesn't matter whichever one you are more comfortable with. fractions are a bit more challenging to convert.