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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Converting whole numbers and decimals to percents

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From: loyd <loydlin@aol.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004011211:40:04
Subject: Re: Re: i need help

On 2004011210:07:43, ac wrote:
>
>If I understand the question correctly--divide each number by the
>total(206), then multiply by 100(%).
>

Yes, and you can multiply by 100 by moving the decimal two places to
the right.  

So, .14 = 14%


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