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From: Loyd <loydlin@aol.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004012306:25:23
Subject: Re: fractions

On 2004012221:54:54, michele ivory wrote:
>	
>Can somebody please show me how to change 33 1/3% to a percent
number,
>show I can teach my son how to do it???
>
>thank you
>

The number you have shown is a percent.  I think you mean how do you
change it to a decimal and then two a fraction. 

This is a mixed number.  Change it to an improper fraction.  

33 1/3% = 100/3 percent.  Move the decimal over two places (divide by
100) and you then you have 1/3.

Of course, .33 1/3 is the decimal.

Same way, change 66 2/3 % to a fraction.  Change to an impropper
fraction which is 200/3%.  Move the decimal over two places (divide by
a hundred) and you have 2/3.    The decimal is /66 2/3.



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