A portion consists of 2 numbers and a portion bar: 10/25 The number above the bar is the numerator: 10 The number listed below the bar is the denominator: 25 division the molecule by the denominator to acquire fraction"s value: Val = 10 ÷ 25


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Note: 100/100 = 100 ÷ 100 = 100% = 1 main point a number by the fraction 100/100, ... And its worth doesn"t change.
Signs: % percent, ÷ divide, × multiply, = equal, / fraction bar (division bar), ≈ around equal; writing numbers: comma "," as thousands separator; allude "." together a decimal mark;

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10 / 25 = 40% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
55 / 351 = 15.669515669516% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
159 / 269 = 59.10780669145% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
- 6 / 7,600,000 = - 0.000078947368% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
2,000,000 / 1,600,000 = 125% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
131 / 188 = 69.68085106383% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
1,000,010 / 14,000,000 = 7.142928571429% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
10 / 25 = 40% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
997 / 538 = 185.315985130112% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
71.88 / 75 = 95.84% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
3,860,408 / 100 = 3,860,408% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
14.2 / 68 = 20.882352941177% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
4,400 / 7 = 62,857.142857142857% Nov 21 19:19 UTC (GMT)
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It"s very an easy to create a portion (a relationship or a ratio) or a decimal number together a percentage. To transform a portion just begin by separating the molecule by the denominator and then main point the result by 100%. By multiplying the result by 100% the worth we"ve obtained at the previous action is not modified, due to the fact that 100% = 100/100 = 1. By multiply by 100% only the form is being changed - it"s written as a percentage.

It"s even much easier to create a decimal number as a percentage. Simply multiply the number by 100%.

examples 1/4 = 0.25 = 0.25 × 100% = (0.25 × 100)% = 25%; 7/8 = 0.875 = 0.875 × 100% = (0.875 × 100)% = 87.5% 1.3/9.4 ≈ 0.138297 = 0.138297 × 100% = (0.138297 × 100)% = 13.8297% 4.3 = 4.3 × 100% = (4.3 × 100)% = 430%;