Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values

# What is the difference between fractions and percentages?

Fractions are integers divided by integers. Percentages are the number of hundredths.

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To change percentages into fractions, you simply divide by 100.

They can both be converted into decimals and from there into fractions or percentages.

They are all real numbers. All fractions can be expressed as percentages but not all percentages can be represented as fractions.

the difference between two equal fractions is zero.

There is no difference in value between "equal" fractions: the difference is zero.

Because that it s harder to work out percentages than fractions and decimals

Fractions can be converted to decimals, percentages or mixed numbers.

Decimals and percentages are easier to compare than fractions - particularly if they are unlike fractions. That does not explain why percentages are required when we have decimal number and there is no good answer to that!

There are infinitely many fractions so it is impossible to answer the question.

divide to change the fraction into a decimal and multiply by 100 to change the decimal to a percent.

The difference between the fractions a/b and c/d = abs[(ad - bc)/bd]

fractions, decimals and percentages

fractions having same denominators are like fractions &amp; others are unlike fractions

If two fractions are equal then the difference between them is zero (0).

Integers are whole numbers, fractions are part of a whole number.

the main difference between them is varying carbon percentages and various applications

Neither. Some fractions are bigger than some percentages and some are smaller.

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