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PCSR REVIEW SERIES WEEK 7: Conversion of Decimals, Percent, and Fractions Operations

After learning about solving quations, let’s learn about operations on decimals. Let’s also learn the conversion among decimals, fractions, and percent. Below are the articles and videos about these topics. Exercises and problems will be posted later.

ARTICLES

Operations on Decimals

Conversion

YOUTUBE VIDEOS

Conversion

Enjoy!

The Fraction-Decimal-Percent Conversion Series

If you are having a hard time converting fractions to decimals and vice versa, converting fraction to percent and vice versa, and converting decimal to percent and vice versa, you can read the posts below. I will be creating practice tests with complete solutions later, so stay posted.

  1. How to Convert Fraction to Decimals (Quiz)
  2. How to Convert Decimal to Fractions (Quiz)
  3. How to Convert Fraction to Percent Part 1
  4. How to Convert Fraction to Percent Part 2 (Quiz)
  5. How to Convert Percent to Fraction (Quiz)
  6. How to Convert Percent to Decimals (Quiz)
  7. How to Convert Decimals to Percent (Quiz)

Enjoy learning and good luck for the May 3 exam.

How to Convert Decimal Numbers to Percent

Conversions of decimals, fractions, and percent is a very important basic skill in mathematics and many problems in the Civil Exams require this skill. Being able to convert from one form to another will help you speed up in calculations.   For example, instead of multiplying a number by 25%, you just have to get its 1/4 or simply divide it by 4.

Percent usually appears in discount and interest problems while fractions and decimals appear in various types of problems.

How to Convert Decimals to Percent

To convert decimal percent, you just have to multiply the decimal by 100.

Example 1

What is 0.25 in percent?

Solution

0.25 × 100 = 25

So, the answer is 25%.

Example 2

What is 0.08 in percent?

0.08 × 100 = 8

Therefore, the answer is 8%.

Of course, there are cases that the given is more than one such as the next example

Example 3

What is 1.8 in percent?

Solution

1.8 × 100 = 180

Therefore, the answer is 180%.

Example 4

What is 0.009 in percent?

Solution

0.009× 100 = 0.9%

Notice that some percent can also have decimal point such as shown in Example 4. In dealing with many decimals, if we multiply them with 100, we just move two decimal places to the right.

In the next post, we are going to discuss the other way around. That is, how to convert, percent to decimals.