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# What is 52 percent as a fraction and a decimal?

52% = 52/100 = 0.52

52/100 simplified= 13/25

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

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

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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Start out by converting 13 out of 25 as a fraction: 13/25 Then convert to a decimal by dividing 13 by 25: .52 Then convert to percent by moving the decimal point 2 places to the right and changing the decimal point to a % sign: 52%

You turn a fraction into a decimal by dividing the top number by the bottom. And you turn a decimal into a percent by multiplying the decimal by 100.

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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

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

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you take the percent, and make it into a fraction over 100. next you reduce the fraction into a decimal.

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