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Fractions, Decimals and Percents

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Percent to Decimal 1.Start where the decimal is left. 2. Move the decimal places to the 2

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Percent to Decimal Start where the decimal is… left. Move the decimal places to the… 2

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Percent to Decimal Start where the decimal is… left. Move the decimal places to the… 2

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Percent to Decimal Start where the decimal is… left. Move the decimal places to the… 2

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Decimal to Percent Start where the decimal is. Right.(Where the % should be.) Be sure to add the % sign. Move the decimal places to the 2

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Decimal to Percent Start where the decimal is… Right…where the % should be. Move the decimal places to the … 2 Be sure to add the % sign.

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Decimal to Percent Be sure to add the % sign. Start where the decimal is… Move the decimal places to the … 2 Right…where the % should be.

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Decimal to Percent Be sure to add the % sign. Start where the decimal is… Move the decimal places to the … 2 Right…where the % should be.

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Percent to Fraction Percent means …

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1.Write as a ratio (fraction with 100 as the denominator) Percent to Fraction

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Percent means … Per 100 Write as a ratio Reduce Percent to Fraction

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Percent means … Per 100 Write as a ratio Reduce

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Percent to Fraction Percent means … Per 100 Write as a ratio

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(If there is a decimal in the numerator, move the decimal to make a whole number, then move the decimal in the denominator the same number of places.) Percent to Fraction

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Reduce Percent to Fraction

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Percent means … Per 100 Write as a ratio Reduce

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Fraction to Decimal Ask yourself: “Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 10 or 100?

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Fraction to Decimal Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 10 or 100? If yes… follow the steps to make an equivalent fraction.

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Fraction to Decimal x 5 1.Make an equivalent fraction with a __________________ of _____ or _______.

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Fraction to Decimal x 5 2. “Read the fraction and write a ________________ that you can ___________ the same way.

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Fraction to Decimal Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 10 or 100? If yes… follow the steps to make an equivalent fraction.

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Fraction to Decimal ÷ 4 1.Make an equivalent fraction with a __________________ of _______ or _______.

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Fraction to Decimal ÷ 4 2. “Read the fraction and write a ________________ that you can ___________ the same way.

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Fraction to Decimal Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 10 or 100? If not divide to change to a decimal.

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1.__________ the ______________ by the _______________ to find the _____________. Fraction to Decimal

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8 | 5.0 6 4 8 2 0 2 0 16 4 0 0 5. 40 0 the decimal ↑ first ALWAYS move

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Fraction to Decimal Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 100? If not divide to change to a decimal.

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1.__________ the ______________ by the _______________ to find the _____________. Fraction to Decimal

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3 | 2.0 6 1 8 2 0 6 0 2 0 0 6. 2 the decimal ↑ first ALWAYS move

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Fraction to Percent Ask yourself: “Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 100?

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Fraction to Percent x 4 If yes… Make an equivalent fraction with a __________________ of _______.

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Fraction to Percent x 4 2. Since _____________ means per _______ the ________________ = the _______________.

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Fraction to Percent Ask yourself: “Is the denominator a factor or multiple of 100?

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1.__________ the ______________ by the _______________ to find the _____________. Fraction to Percent

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24| 15.0 24 is about 25 So 25 150 6 14 4 6 0 24 is about 25 So 25 60 2 0 48 12 0 0 5 ALWAYS move the decimal ↑.

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2. Then move the ______________ ___ place to the _________ to find the _____________. Fraction to Percent

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Change to a Fraction and Decimal

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Write each as a Percent or READ the fraction, then write a decimal that has the “same name”.

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Write each as a Percent Is 12 a factor of 100? Then what do we do?

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Fraction to Percent 12| 5.0 4 4 8 2 0 1 0 1 21 2 8 0 0 6. 7 27 2 80 0 6 7 27 2

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Write each as a Percent

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