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In this section, we will learn how to convert between fractions, decimals and percents. After this section, we will be able to convert fractions to decimals and percents; and convert percents to fractions and decimals.

- Introductiona)How to convert between fractions and decimals?
- what is a fraction?
- convert fractions to decimals
- convert decimals to fractions

b)How to convert percents, fractions, and decimals?- percents to fractions to decimals
- decimals to fractions to percents
- fractions to percents to decimals

c)Percentages with Beads- What are Beads?
- First Nations Cultures
- Each Tribe has Distinct Designs
- Beadwork with Percentages

- 1.Complete the table below.

Percent

Fraction

Decimal

a) 145%

b) 54.8%

c) $3\frac{2}{5}$%

d) 0.55%

a)Convert 145% into fraction and decimalb)Convert 54.8% into fraction and decimalc)Convert $3\frac{2}{5}$% into fraction and decimald)Convert 0.55% into fraction and decimal - 2.Convert each fraction to a decimal and a percenta)$\frac{1}{25}$b)$\frac{61}{200}$c)$\frac{5}{4}$
- 3.Convert each decimal to percents and fractionsa)0.8b)0.014c)2.32
- 4.Leo only used 42 minutes to finish a one-hour test. What percentage of the test time did he use to finish the test?
- 5.A miner acquired 5$\frac{1}{3}$ gram of silver in a 200-gram sample of ore.

a)What percent of the sample is silver to the nearest hundredth of a percent?b)What is the percent as a repeating decimal and as a fraction in lowest terms?