In this lesson, you will learn how to write percentages as decimals by dividing the percentage by 100, which is the same as moving the decimal point two places to the left. This is demonstrated through various examples, including more complicated problems with fractions and decimals involved. You will also see a tricky example where a percentage cannot be written solely as a decimal without rounding, and will be introduced to the concept of writing percentages as exact fractions in the next lesson.
How can you convert a percent to a decimal by moving the decimal point to the left?
How do you convert 4.9% to a decimal?
How do you convert 703% to a decimal?
How do you convert 0.41% to a decimal?
How do you convert 86.3% to a decimal?
How do you convert 4 1/2% to a decimal?
How can you change a fractional percent to a decimal?
How do you convert 18 1/4% to a decimal?
How do you convert 13 1/3% to a decimal?
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This video covers the idea of converting a percent to a decimal a little more in depth. Many example problems are shown and explained in this lesson and they start to get more complicated as the video goes on.