Percents Part 3

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Lesson Summary:

In this lesson, the focus is on writing percents as fractions, with 8 problems given as examples. The lesson emphasizes the idea that percent can be replaced with divide by a hundred, making it easier to write as fractions. The transcript provides multiple methods for reducing fractions and changing improper fractions to mixed numbers. The lesson ends with a teaser for the next video, which will expand on how to write mixed numbers as fractions.

Lesson Description:

How to write percent as a fraction, part 1.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you write a percent as a fraction?
  • How do you convert 8% to a fraction?
  • How do you write 9% as a fraction?
  • How do you convert 22% to a fraction?
  • How do you convert 35% to a fraction?
  • How do you convert 400% to a fraction?
  • How do you write 175% as an improper fraction and mixed number?
  • How do you convert 320% to a fraction?
  • How do you convert 1713% to a fraction?
  • Why does % mean /100?
  • What does per cent mean?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This lesson tackles converting a percent to a fraction. Many different examples are shown, including percents smaller and larger than 100%. In the percents that are larger than 100%, there are several ways to get to the final mixed number in lowest terms. All steps are shown and explained for writing the percent as a fraction in lowest terms.