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Answer

To convert a fraction into a percent, divide the numerator by the denominator and multiply your answer by 100. To change a percent into a fraction, place the percent over 100 as a fraction. Reduce your answer.

Given the fraction 3/4, divide 3 by 4 to get .75. Multiply .75 by 100% to get your answer, which is 75%. If you have 20%, place this over 100 to get the new fraction 20/100. This is then simplified to 1/5.

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