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### Converting fractions-to-decimals2-ptnbh9

1. 1. 3Express as a decimal. 8
2. 2. Express 3 as a decimal. 4
3. 3. 1Convert 5 to a decimal. 8 .
4. 4. 5Convert 12 8 to a decimal. .
5. 5. Convert decimal to base 10 fraction; simplify
6. 6. Convert decimal to base 10 fraction; simplify
7. 7. Express 0.375 as a percentMove decimal point 2 places to the right and add the % sign. Convert 2.867 to a percent
8. 8. Convert decimals to percentsMake sure there are at least two digits at the decimalpoints; add zero where needed (this does not change thevalue of the number).
9. 9. Express 56.25 % as a decimalMove decimal point 2 places to the LEFT and remove the % sign.
10. 10. Express the percents as decimals
11. 11. 1 Express 4 as a percent. Set up an “ out of 100 ” proportion Convert numerator x 25 x 25Check to see how you would convert the firstdenominator to 100.
12. 12. 3Express 5 as a percent.x 20x 20
13. 13. Convert fractions to percents. x2 26 7 = 14 = =100 50x 2 100 x4 x 106 = 24 = 3= 30 =25 x 4 100 10 100 x 10
14. 14. Or you can express fractions as percents by long division Convert decimal to percent by moving 2decimal places to the right and adding % sign
15. 15. Express fractions as percents by long division 7 = 8 5 = 4 3 = 8
16. 16. Express percents to fractions by dividing by 100 9 4 = =1 5 5
17. 17. Express percents to fractions by dividing by 100 3 =1 10