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0.52

52 percent

26/50, 39/75, 52/100

26/50, 39/75, 52/100

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05/1 is an equivalent fraction for 25/5

It is: 0.52 = 13/25 as a fraction in its lowest terms

2/25 is an equivalent fraction for 8/100.

a equivalent fraction is 10/25

820/250 is equivalent.

4/25 x 3/13 = 12/325

25 / 65 = (25/5) / (65/5) = 5 / 13 = ( 25*4) / 65*4) = 100 / 260 = 10 / 26 Roger

13/25 is equivalent to 0.52 in decimal form.

It is: 5/25 = 1/5 simplified

For 0.16 bar over it the fraction will be 16/100 or 4/25

25.65 = 2565/100 and 513/20 and simplifies to: 2513/20

4 over 25 as a fraction is 4 over 25 because 4 over 25 is a fraction

25/35 = 5/7 in its lowest terms

That fraction is one-fourth.

5/6 in its simplest form.

is 4/5 because 5 goes into 20 and 25

Fractions that are equivalent to 1/25 are 2/50, 3/75, 4/100, etc.

25/75 is 1/3. Divide both 25 and 75 (numerator and denominator) by 25 to get the answer.

0.52 is 52 over 10052 / 4 = 13100 / 4 = 25Answer is 13/25

Any integer n/n multiplied by 8/25 will yield an equivalent fraction. The first 3 are 16/50, 24/75, and 32/100.

0.25 is a fraction. It is a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. Its equivalent, in rational form, is 25/100. You can simplify this rational fraction if required.

A couple would be 5/6 or 50/60

42/150 = 7/25 in its lowest terms

fraction equivalent for 0.36 = 36/100 or 9/25

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