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Do Now. Write each percent as a fraction in simplest form. 17.5% 5 ½ % Write each fraction as a percent. Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary. 7 16. Chapter 7 Lesson 6. Percents Greater than 100% and percents less than 1% Objective:

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Write each percent as a fraction in simplest form.

• 17.5%

• 5 ½ %

Write each fraction as a percent. Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary.

• 7

16

Chapter 7Lesson 6

Percents Greater than 100% and percents less than 1%

Objective:

Write percents greater than 100% and percents less than 1% as fractions and as decimals, and vise versa

Writing percents greater than 100% as fractions and as decimals.

Method 1

(as a mixed number/fraction in simplest form)

• Write the percent over 100.

• Change to a mixed number.

• Simplify

Method 2

(as a decimal)

1. Move the decimal two places to the left.

410%

410

100

410%

410

4.10

10

100

4

1

10

4

• 325%

2. 475%

Writing percents less than 1% as fractions and as decimals.

Method 1

(as a mixed number/fraction in simplest form)

• Write the percent over 100.

• Add the amount of zeros there are decimal places.

• Simplify

Method 2

(as a decimal)

1. Move the decimal two places to the left.

Example

0.2%

0.2

100

0.2%

.002

2

1000

1

500

1. 325%

3.25

3 ¼

200%

2

2

0.7%

0.007

7

1000

0.15%

0.0015

3

2,000

1.8

180%

0.0015

0.15%

Write each decimal as a percent.

Write each decimal as a percent.

• 2.75

275%

• 0.0005

0.05%

9 ¾ %

975%

1

400

0.25%

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