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Fractions, Decimals, & Percents

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Fractions, Decimals, & Percents

- There is only 1 step in these types of problems:
- Take the top number of your fraction and divide by the bottom number of your fraction
4 = 0.25

16

- Take the top number of your fraction and divide by the bottom number of your fraction

- There is only 1 step in these types of problems:
- Take your decimal point and move it 2 places to the right
4.25 425%

- Take your decimal point and move it 2 places to the right

- There are 2 steps in these types of problems:
- If there is no decimal point, draw a decimal point under the percent sign
- Move the decimal point 2 places to the left
60% = 60. = 0.6

- There are 3 steps in these types of problems:
- Take the number in the decimal and put that in your numerator spot
- Name the place value that the last number in the original problem was in and put that as your denominator (example – if it is in the hundredths place, your denominator would be 100)
- Simplify your new fraction with the calculator
0.23 = 23

100

- There are 2 steps in these types of problems
- Follow steps to convert fractions to decimals
- Follow steps to convert decimals to percents

- There are 3 steps in these types of problems
- Follow steps to convert percents to decimals
- Follow steps to convert decimals to fractions