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Ratios & Percentages

Ratios & Percentages

At a Glance - Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals

Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals

You will often find two or more of these forms mixed together in a sentence or a math problem. 

Don't sweat. Just convert! Use whatever form is easiest at the moment - percents, fractions, or decimals.

Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals Example 1

What is .8 x 1/6 ?


Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals Example 2

Order the following from least to greatest:

1/3, 0.3, ¼, 28%


Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals Example 3

75% of all statistics are made up on the spot. If 3/5 of the articles in today's paper had statistics, what percent were made up?


Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals Exercise 1

What is 1/5 of 0.85?


Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals Exercise 2

Divide divide 4/5 by 40 percentby 40%.


Working with Percents, Fractions & Decimals Exercise 3

Order from least to greatest: 3/8, 0.04, 45%, 2/5


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