# FDP: Fraction to Percentage

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Created on June 20, 2023

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## Transcript

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Fraction to Percentage conversion guide

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STEP

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1---2

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Numerator (Top)Denominator (Bottom)

Click on the circles to reveal the next step in the process

Non-Calculator

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Calculator

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Multiply top and bottom until the bottom number is 100

The numerator (top number) is the percentage

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Fraction to Percentage (non-calculator)

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STEP

2

1---2

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50%

10---20

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This process works for these denominators (bottom numbers):2 (x 50 = 100)4 (x 25 = 100)5 (x 20 = 100)10 (x 10 = 100)20 (x 5 = 100)25 (x 4 = 100)50 (x 2 = 100)

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x 10

x 10

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50---100

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x 5

x 5

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Multiply top and bottom until the bottom number is 100

52---100

x 4

x 4

=

The numerator (top number) is the percentage

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Fraction to Percentage (non-calculator)

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STEP

2

13---25

52%

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Multiply top and bottom until the bottom number is 100

28---100

x 5

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x 5

=

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The numerator (top number) is the percentage

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Fraction to Percentage (non-calculator)

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STEP

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7---20

28%

=

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Multiply top and bottom until the bottom number is 100

60---100

x 20

x 20

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=

The numerator (top number) is the percentage

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Fraction to Percentage (non-calculator)

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STEP

2

3---5

60%

=

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÷ 2

=

8---20

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Fraction to Percentage (non-calculator)

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STEP

2

40%

3

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40---100

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x 5

x 5

Multiply top and bottom until the bottom number is 100

The numerator (top number) is the percentage

Divide top and bottom so that the numerator becomes a factor of 100

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÷ 2

16---40

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Use the calculator to divide the top by the bottom

3 ÷ 8

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3---8

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Fraction to Percentage (calculator)

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STEP

2

0.375

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Multiply the decimal by 100 to derive the percentage

x

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100

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37.5%

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