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Ratios & Percentages

Ratios & Percentages

At a Glance - Converting Decimals to Percents

Here you see seven tenths. If we divide each of those tenths into ten parts, we get seventy hundredths. Since all percents are out of 100, this is 70%.

70% conversion

This one is super easy. All you really need to do is multiply the decimal by 100. Multiplying by 100 is the same as moving the decimal to the right two place values. So, all you really need to do is move the decimal two places to the right.

Converting Decimals to Percents Example 1

.3 to percent


Converting Decimals to Percents Example 2

5.06 to percent


Converting Decimals to Percents Example 3

0.004 to percent


Converting Decimals to Percents Example 4

1 to percent


Converting Decimals to Percents Exercise 1

Write 0.67 as a percent.


Converting Decimals to Percents Exercise 2

Write 0.3 as a percent.


Converting Decimals to Percents Exercise 3

Write 0.206 as a percent.


Converting Decimals to Percents Exercise 4

Write 4.1 as a percent.


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