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Convert Percents And Decimals Quiz

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Percentage is a fraction of 100. It can be calculated by dividing the value by total value and then multiplying it by 100. For example, a student scored 90 in five subjects. The percentage = 90 * 5 / 100 = 90 percent. It is denoted using %. On the other hand, decimals are the numbers that have a whole number and a fraction separated by a decimal point. We can easily convert percentages into decimals and vice versa. For example, 0.36 is equivalent to 36 %. 


 

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Percentage is a fraction of 100. It can be calculated by dividing the value by total value and then multiplying it by 100. For example, a student scored 90 in five subjects. The percentage = 90 * 5 / 100 = 90 percent. It is denoted using %. On the other hand, decimals are the numbers that have a whole number and a fraction separated by a decimal point. We can easily convert percentages into decimals and vice versa. For example, 0.36 is equivalent to 36 %. 


 

Share this ‘Convert percents and decimals quiz’ with your students to help them  learn the conversions more easily.

Percentage is a fraction of 100. It can be calculated by dividing the value by total value and then multiplying it by 100. For example, a student scored 90 in five subjects. The percentage = 90 * 5 / 100 = 90 percent. It is denoted using %. On the other hand, decimals are the numbers that have a whole number an...

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Grade 6
Percents
6.RP.A.3C

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