# Conversion of Fraction to Percent

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1) Obtain the fraction. Let it be p/q.

2) Multiply the fraction by 100 and put the per cent sign % to obtain the required per cent. Thus, a/b = (a/b x 100) %

**OR**

Convert the fraction in to decimal and then multiply it by 100.

**Express the following fractions as percent :**

1) 4/5

**Solution :**

To write the fraction as percent, multiply that fraction by 100 and then solve it.

4/5

= ( 4/5 x 100 )

= 400/5

= 80 %

2) 9/20

**Solution :**

To write the fraction as percent, multiply that fraction by 100 and then solve it.

9/20

= ( 9/20 x 100 )

=900/20

= 45%

3) 3 ½

**Solution :**

To write the fraction as percent, multiply that fraction by 100 and then solve it.

3 ½ = 7/2 ( convert it to improper fraction)

= ( 7/2 x 100 )

= 700/2

= 350 %

4) ¾

**Solution :**

To write the fraction as percent, multiply that fraction by 100 and then solve it.

3/4

= ( 3/4 x 100 )

= 300/4

= 75 %

5) 1⅗

**Solution :**

1 ⅗ = 8/5( convert it to improper fraction)

To write the fraction as percent, multiply that fraction by 100 and then solve it.

8/5

= ( 8/5 x 100 )

= 800/5

=160 %

6) 2⅗

**Solution :**

2 ⅗ = 12/5( convert it to improper fraction)

To write the fraction as percent, multiply that fraction by 100 and then solve it.

12/5

= ( 12/5 x 100 )

= 1200/5

=240 %

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• Increase Percent

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• Conversion of Decimal to Percent

• Find the Percentage of a given number

• What Percent is one number of another number

• Percentage as a comparison of two quantities

• Increase Percent

• Decrease Percent

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