In the previous post, we have learned how to convert percent to fraction. In these series of posts, we learn the opposite: how to convert fraction to percent. I am going to teach you three methods, the last one would be used if you forgot the other two methods, or if the first two methods would not work. Please be reminded though to understand the concept (please do not just memorize).
The first method can be used for fractions whose denominators can be easily related to 100 by multiplication or division. Recall that from Converting Percent to Fraction, I have mentioned that when we say percent it means “per hundred.” In effect, n% can be represented by n/100. Therefore, if you have a fraction and you can turn it into n/100 (by multiplication/division), then you have turned it into percent. Continue Reading