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you change a percent to a fraction by converting the fraction to a decimal (:
You put the percentage over the number 100, and see if you can simplify it. Often it is convenient to convert to an approximate fraction. For example, 33 1/3 percent = 1/3, but percentages that are nearby (for example, 32%, 33%, 34%) might also be quoted as "1/3" or "about 1/3".

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You put the percentage over the number 100, and see if you can simplify it. Often it is convenient to convert to an approximate fraction. For example, 33 1/3 percent = 1/3, but percentages that are nearby (for example, 32%, 33%, 34%) might also be quoted as "1/3" or "about 1/3".

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