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# How do you change 52 percent to a fraction?

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First change 52% into decimal form (.52). By definition, .52 = 52/100. Simplify the fraction as much as possible. 13/25 is the final simplified fraction (other forms are 52/100 and 26/50)

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52 percent as a fraction 52/100 in it's simplest form 13/25

To change to a decimal divide by 100 or move the decimal point 2 spaces to the left. To change to a fraction put the number over 100. Ex: 52%=0.52 52%=52/100=13/25

52% as a fraction is 13/25 in its lowest terms. This is because 52% is equal to 0.52

52% = 0.52 = 13/25 as a fraction in its lowest terms

52% as a fraction is 13/25 in its lowest terms. This is because 52% is equal to 0.52 which as a fraction is 52/100 which reduces to 13/25.

22% of 52 is 11.44:11.44 as a fraction = 286&acirc;&#129;&bdquo;25 or 11 11&acirc;&#129;&bdquo;25

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

47 percent into a fraction = 47/100 in fraction

52% = 52/100 = 0.52 52/100 simplified= 13/25 Hope this helps :) MAKE IT SHINE!!

Percent means "in one hundred". so x% as a fraction is x/100 .

Change the percentage to a decimal by taking the percent and pitting it behind the decimal and to change it to a fraction put the percent under 100

17 percent into a fraction and a decimal = 17/100; 0.17

30 percent to a fraction = 3/1030%= 30%/100%= 3/10 in fraction

To change a fraction to a decimal: Perform the indicated division. To change a fraction to a percent: Perform the indicated division. Then multiply the quotient by 100.

From 52 to 84 is an increase of 61.5%, approx.

To change 6% to a fraction, change it to a decimal, which is 0.06, and then to a fraction, which is 6/100 or 3/50 in simplest terms.

To change a fraction into percent: - Perform the division indicated by the fraction. - Multiply the quotient by 100.

42/100 - This is in fraction and if you break this then you get 0.42

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