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How do you calculate a ratio from a percent?


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2009-05-11 14:19:04
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A percent is a ratio of a number to 100.

Any number of percent is the ratio of that number to 100.

The ratio is 1:25 4 percent as a ratio is 0.04 : 1

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A percent IS a ratio where the denominator (or second part of the ratio) is 100.

It is the ratio of the whole; of 1.

Converting a ratio to a percent is not the same as solving a proportion.

the lowest term of 4 percent in a ratio is 1:25

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Expressed as a ratio in its lowest terms, if one person is given 25 percent of something, and the other person is given 75 percent of something, this is a ratio of 1:3.

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