# 6.1 Converting Fractions, Decimals, and Percents.

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6.1 Converting Fractions, Decimals, and Percents.

Pg 14 Percent -Percent means “per 100” or how many “out of 100”; percent is another name for hundredths. Decimal-A numerical value less than 1. For example, is a decimal. Equivalent -Expressions that have the same value or that have the same mathematical meaning. For example, ½ and 0.5 are equivalent. Fraction-A number representing some part of a whole or part of a set; one number compared to another in the form a/b. Hundredths -A numerical value two decimal places to the right of a decimal point. The hundredths place for the numerical value would be 5. tenths -A numerical value one decimal place to the right of a decimal point. The tenths place for the numerical value 0.25 would be 2. 10 x 10 grid -A grid of 100 units used to represent percents Pg 13 Directions: Fraction to decimal- Divide the numerator by the denominator Decimal to percent- Move the decimal point two spaces to the right Percent to fraction -denominator is 100, then simplify Percent to decimal- move the decimal point two spaces to the left Decimal to fraction- Use place value ._ _ _ (tenths, hundredths, thousandths) Foldable FRACTION DECIMAL PERCENT ¼ % ½ % ¾ % 4/ % 1/ % 2/ % 3/ % 4/ % 5/ % 1/ % 2/8= ¼ %

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