# Learning Percent III

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### Percent III:

Percent III by Monica Yuskaitis

### How to Change Fractions to Percents:

How to Change Fractions to Percents Step 1 - Divide the denominator into the numerator. Stop! You can’t divide a larger number into a smaller number!

### How to Change Fractions to Percents:

How to Change Fractions to Percents Step 1 - Divide the denominator into the numerator. Sure you can if you use decimals. Just watch!

### How to Change Fractions to Percents:

How to Change Fractions to Percents Step 2 – Add a decimal behind your dividend and two zeros. Now does it look like you can divide? 4) 3 .00

### How to Change Fractions to Percents:

How to Change Fractions to Percents Step 3 – Place a decimal in your quotient exactly above the decimal. Putting the decimal in the right spot is important. 4) 3 .00 .

### How to Change Fractions to Percents:

How to Change Fractions to Percents Step 4 – Divide exactly like you would with long division. Great job! 4) 3 .00 . 7 2 8 2 0 5 2 0

### How to Change Fractions to Percents:

How to Change Fractions to Percents Step 5 – Move the decimal 2 places to the right and change the decimal to a percent sign. Now wasn’t that easy! . 7 5 % =

### Change this fraction to a percent:

Change this fraction to a percent 1 5 The first step is to divide the denominator into the numerator. 5) 1

### Change this fraction to a percent:

Change this fraction to a percent 1 5 The second step is to add a decimal andamp; 2 zeros after the dividend. 5) 1 .00

### Change this fraction to a percent:

Change this fraction to a percent 1 5 The third step is to place the decimal in the quotient directly above the decimal. 5) 1 .00 .

### Change this fraction to a percent:

Change this fraction to a percent 1 5 The fourth step is to divide using long division. 5) 1 .00 . 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

### Change this fraction to a percent:

Change this fraction to a percent 1 5 The fifth step is to move the decimal point 2 places to the right and change it to a percent sign. 5) 1 .00 . 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 %

### Memorize These Equivalents:

Memorize These Equivalents 1 2 1 4 3 4 1 3 = = = = 50% 25% 75% 33.3% = = = = 66.6% 20% 40% 60% 2 3 1 5 2 5 3 5

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 2 = 50% 1

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 4 = 25% 1

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 4 = 75% 3

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 3 = 33.3% 1

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 3 = 66.6% 2

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 5 = 20% 1

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 5 = 40% 2

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 5 = 60% 3

### What is the equivalent percent?:

What is the equivalent percent? 5 = 80% 4

### Credits:

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