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What is 100% increase of 10? QUESTION OF THE DAY

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Agenda 1. Collect quiz or test corrections 2. Notes on percent, decimals and fractions 3. Flow chart 4. Review questions 5. Daily assignment 6. Exit ticket

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Converting decimals, percents and fractions NOTES

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Fraction to decimal

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Decimal to percent Multiple decimal by 100 Some students remember it by moving two decimal spots right Why would it need to be 100? Why two decimal spots? * I remember this because it does not have a percent, which looks like a 100, it needs a 100. By multiplying it I am giving it a percent sign

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Examples Example .18 X 100=18%..09 X 100 =9% 1.86 moved two decimal spots would be186%

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Percent to decimal Divide percent by 100 Some students move it two spots left *I remember because it has a % and I need to get rid of it divide it away Example 43%/100 =.43. 6%/100 =.06 58% =.58

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Decimal to fraction

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Fraction to percent

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Percent to fraction

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You try FractionDecimalPercent

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Flow chart Decimals Fractions Percents

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Assignment Workbook p. 277

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Exit ticket Change.03 into a percent and fraction

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