Conversion steps Decimal Fraction Percent

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Conversion steps Decimal Fraction Percent

  1. 1. Conversion Steps Fractions, Percents and DecimalsConverting Fractions to DecimalsSteps: Divide the numerator by the denominator 4Example: Convert to a decimal 5 0 .8 5 4 .0 4 = 0.8 5Converting Fractions to PercentsSteps: Divide the numerator by the denominator Multiply the decimal by 100 4Example: Convert to a percent 5 0 .8 5 4 .0 0.8 • 100 = 80 = 80%Converting Percents to Decimals
  2. 2. Steps: Divide percent by 100Example: Convert 80% to a decimal 0.8 100 80 80% = 0.8Converting Percents to FractionsSteps: Place the percent over 100 and simplify fraction to lowest termsExample: Convert 80% to a fraction 80 10 8 2 4 ÷ = ÷ = 100 10 10 2 5 4 80% = 5
  3. 3. Converting Decimals to FractionsSteps: Look at the last digit in the decimal (The digit furthest from the decimal point) Name its place value. That will be the denominator in the fraction. The digits in the decimal will be the numeratorExample: Convert .375 to a fraction The 5 is the furthest from the decimal. Its place value name is thousandths. 375 .375 = 1000Converting Decimals to PercentsSteps: Multiply the decimal by 100Example: Convert .375 to a percent .375 x 100 .375 = 37.5%

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