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Example 1: Write each percent as a decimal: 18%, 7%, 82%, 55% ... 3. Which of
the following is equal to 91.4763%? .914763 9.14673 91.4763. None of the ...

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Writing Decimals as Percents, Unit 4 > Lesson 3 of 9 ... Each decimal in Example
1 went out two places to the right of the decimal point. However, a decimal can ...

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To convert these critters into decimals, we use long division to divide the
numerator by the denominator: ... 1 divided by 3 is the same as 1.0 divided by 3.

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Converting Between Decimals, Fractions, and Percents (page 3 of 4) ... Note that
the remainder is 1 and the divisor is 3, so you'll be tacking a " <sup>1</sup>/3" on to the ...

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Hi Stephenie,. You have a mixed number which is three plus something less than
one, one-fifth. Thus, expressed as a decimal this is 3.???, where the question ...

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But we've expressed this amount in three ways: as a fraction, as a percent, and
as a decimal. Since they're expressing the same amount, we know that 1/2, 50%,
...

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A mixed number such as 2 3/4 can be converted to a decimal. It is implied that 2 3
/4 is really 2 + 3/4 and that 2 = 2/1 therefore, we are first adding the fraction 2/1 ...

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Common Fractions with Decimal and Percent Equivalents. Fraction, Decimal,
Percent. 1/2, 0.5, 50%. 1/3, 0.333… 33.333…%. 2/3, 0.666… ... 1/4, 0.25, 25%. 3/
...

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Converting fractions, decimals and percentages. Page: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 ... To convert <sup>3</sup>/
8 to a decimal, we calculate 3 ÷ 8 ... 0.5 means 'five tenths', so 0.5 = <sup>5</sup>/10 = <sup>1</sup>/2.

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To write an actual fraction in any base, you would just write the ratio of ... First,
converting from base 3 to base 10 is easy: 12.112 (base 3) = 1 ...