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1. Question
Convert to a fraction`400%` `400%=` (4)
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A percentage describes an amount’s relation to a whole. Dividing it by `100` converts it into a fraction.To convert percentages into fractions, divide the value by `100`. Note that the remainder should be written as a fraction with a denominator of `100`.`100` goes into `400` four times. So write `4` above the line.Multiply `4` to `100` and write the answer below `400`Subtract `400` from `400` and write the answer one line below.Since there are no remainders, there will be no fractions for this percentage.`4` 
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Convert to a decimal`12%` `12%=` (0.12)
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When dividing decimals to values like `10, 100, 1000…`, simply move the decimal point to the left by the number of zeroes.To convert a percentage to a decimal, divide the percentage value by `100`.Since the decimal is being divided by `100`, simply move the decimal point `2` places to the left.Therefore, `12%` is equal to `0.12``0.12` 
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Convert to a decimal`900%` `900%=` (9)
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A percentage describes an amount’s relation to a whole. Dividing it by `100` converts it into a fraction.To convert a percentage to a decimal, divide the percentage value by `100`.`100` goes into `900` nine times. So write `9` above the line.Multiply `9` to `100` and write the answer below `900`Subtract `900` from `900` and write the answer one line below.Therefore, `900%` is equal to `9``9` 
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Convert to a percentage`2.45` `2.45=` (245)`%`
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When multiplying decimals to values like `10, 100, 1000…`, simply move the decimal point to the right by the number of zeroes.To convert a decimal to a percentage, multiply the percentage value by `100`.Since the decimal is being multiplied by `100`, simply move the decimal point `2` places to the right.Therefore, `2.45` is equal to `245%``245%` 
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Convert to a percentage`0.009` `0.009=` (0.9)`%`
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When multiplying decimals to values like `10, 100, 1000…`, simply move the decimal point to the right by the number of zeroes.To convert a decimal to a percentage, multiply the percentage value by `100`.Since the decimal is being multiplied by `100`, simply move the decimal point `2` places to the right.Therefore, `0.009` is equal to `0.9%``0.9%`
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