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# How an you change 80 percent into a fraction?

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It is: 80% => 80/100 = 4/5 simplified

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80, as a fraction is 80/1. 80 as a percentage is 8000%

Percent means part of a hundred. So to change any percent into a fraction, divide it by 100. In this case we have 80/100 or 8/10 which is the same as 4/5.

80 percent as a fraction is 80 over 100 but you can reduce it to 4 over 54/5

80% = 0.8 = 8/10 = 4/580 percent in fraction = 80/100 or 8/10 or 4/5

4/5fraction which is equivalent to 80 percent = 8/10 or 4/580% = 80%/100% = 8/10 or 4/5 in fraction

80% as a fraction in its simplest form is 4/5

80% as a fraction could be 4/5 or 8/10 and so on.

To change a percent into a fraction, divide the percent number by 100, and if you can, simplfy the fraction.

80% as a fraction reduced = 4/5 80% = 80%/100% = 8/10 or 4/5 in fraction

fraction equivalent to 121.25 percent = 97/80121.25% = 121.25/100 * 100/100 = 12125/10000 or 97/80 in fraction

80% is the equililant of 80/100 which if we then divide by 10, will equal 8/10 which reduces to 4/5 if you divide it by a factor of 2.

fraction: 4/5.......... percent: .o8 split into 5ths by: x20= 20 40 60 80 100

47 percent into a fraction = 47/100 in fraction

if it was 80 percent, you would turn it into the fraction 80/100 and simplify it into 4/5. to turn it into a decimal you would do .80 because .80 is eighty percent of 100...kind of confusing i know, but it is easy for me now:)

As a fraction of 1, yes. Multiplying a number by this fraction will be equivalent to 80% of that number.

0.80:= 0.80 * 100%= 80%= 80/100 or 4/5 in fraction

It is: 80/100 = 4/5 in its simplest form

80%:= 0.8 in decimal= 80/100 or 4/5 in fraction

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