To transform a portion right into a percentage; we have to multiply the fractivity by 100 and include the percent symbol after the product..

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Let us consider how to adjust a portion to a percent(i) 42/100= 42%(ii) 73/100= 73%(iii) 6/100= 6%


(iv) 15/100

= 15%

(v) 39/100

= 39%(vi) 11/100

= 11%For example:(i) Expush 3/4 as a percent.Solution:¾ × 100= (3 × 100)/4= 300/4= 300/4 ÷ 4/4= 75%.Answer: 75%(ii) Express 12/5 as a percent.Solution:12/5 × 100= (12 × 100)/5= 1200/5= 1200/5 ÷ 5/5= 240%.Answer: 240%

(iii) Express 13/6 as a percent.Solution:13/6 × 100= (13 × 100)/6= 1300/6= 1300/6 ÷ 2/2= 650/3= 216 2/3%Answer: 216 2/3%(iv) Expush 19/4 as a percent.Solution:19/4 × 100= (19 × 100)/4 = 1900/4= 1900/4 ÷ 4/4= 475%.Answer: 475%(v) Express 27/2 as a percent.Solution:27/2 × 100= (27 × 100)/2= 2700/2= 2700/2 ÷ 2/2= 1350%.Answer: 1350%

(vi) Expush (frac925) as a percent.

Solution:

(frac925) = (frac925) × (frac4100)

     = 9 × 4

     = 36%


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Questions and also Answers on Converting Fractions to Percent:

I. Convert the following fractions to percentage.

(i) (frac110)

(ii) (frac35)

(iii) (frac725)

(iv) (frac2950)

(v) (frac34)

(vi) (frac4550)

Answers:

I. (i) 10%

(ii) 60%

(iii) 28%

(iv) 58%

(v) 75%

(vi) 90%


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