Conversion of Decimals, Fractions, and Percent
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Answer:
Please read solution process below;
Explanation:
 Changing fractions to a decimal you just have to divide the Quotient by the Divisor
For example;
#2/5 > "Fraction"# Now dividing
#2# by#5# ;#2 div 5 = 0.4 > "Decimal"#  Changing fractions to a percentage, you just have to multiply the fraction by
#100#
For example;
#2/5 > "Fraction"# #100% > "Percentage"# Now multiplying
#2/5# with#100%# ;#(2/5) xx 100% = 0.4 xx 100% = 40%# 
Answer:
You either divide or multiply by 100.
Explanation:
To convert from percents to decimals, you divide the percent by 100, which gives you decimal equivalent of the percent.
To convert from decimals to percents, you multiply the decimal by 100, which gives you the percent equivalent of the percent.Percent is always based off of 100%, so decimals up to the hundredths place will always be integers, and the numbers after the hundredths place will be after the decimal. The tens place in the percent will always be in the tenths place in decimal form as well.

Remember that "percent" means "out of 100," so we have
#1%=0.01=1/100# .
I hope that this was helpful.

Percent... is denoted by the symbol %.. which means upon hundred.... it means that if you wrote 48%.. that means you are writing
#48/100# .... it has many applications let it by any NBA player scoring percentage or anything..... it is used
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Linear Equations

1OneStep Equations and Inverse Operations

2Applications of OneStep Equations

3TwoStep Equations and Properties of Equality

4MultiStep Equations with Like Terms

5Distributive Property for MultiStep Equations

6Equations with Variables on Both Sides

7Equations with Ratios and Proportions

8Scale and Indirect Measurement Applications

9Conversion of Decimals, Fractions, and Percent

10Percent Equations

11Percent of Change

12Formulas for Problem Solving