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16.2 Converting Fractions, Decimals, and Percents.
2FRACTION DECIMAL PERCENT ¼ .25 25% ½ .5 50% ¾ .75 75% 4/4 1 100% 6.2Directions:Fraction to decimal- Divide the numerator by the denominatorDecimal to percent- Multiply by 100. Move decimal 2 places right.Percent to fraction -Percent is the numerator, 100 is denominator then simplify.Percent to decimal- divide by 100. Move decimal 2 places left.Decimal to fraction- Use place value ._ _ _ (tenths, hundredths, thousandths) SAY IT! WRITE IT! (last place value is denominatorFoldableFRACTION DECIMAL PERCENT¼ %½ %¾ %4/ %1/ %2/ %3/ %4/ %5/ %1/ %2/8= ¼ %
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4Ordering Fractions, Decimals, and Percents pg 12Ordering Fractions, Decimals, and Percents1. Convert F, D, and P to the same thing (either all decimal or all percent)Order as asked in questionHow do you determine the F. D, or P of a shaded shape?You must divide it up yourself to determine the fraction shaded and then convert to decimal or percent as specified.Ex- What is the percentage shaded?¼ is shaded. ¼ is .25 or 25%Comparing Fractions <, >, =, ≤, ≥An old trick is to cross multiply.Or you can just covert to a decimal or a percent with a calculator.5872333