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

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13% is a fraction and you cannot represent it as a whole number. You can convert it to a whole number by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing (or other operations) but that would not be the same number then.

27 percent = 0.27 = 27/100. It can't equal a whole number.

It is often a fraction but can be a mixed or whole number.

No, it is not.

The nearest whole number is 0.The nearest whole number is 0.The nearest whole number is 0.The nearest whole number is 0.

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Multiply the whole number to 100%.

To get a percent into a decimal, divide by 100.

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

You have to turn the percentage into a decimal.

Take your percent, 41% and move the decimal two places, right to turn it into a "whole number". Your answer is 0.41

To convert a percent to a decimal, divide by 100: 15 / 100 = 0.15

13% is a fraction and you cannot represent it as a whole number. You can convert it to a whole number by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing (or other operations) but that would not be the same number then.

15 percent as a whole number = 0.15 ; thus it can't be converted to a whole number.

15% = 0.15

To turn a number into a percent is multiply it by 100 and you get your percent.

It is already a whole #

10 percent can't become a whole number.