Fractions to Decimals and Percentages Worksheets
How to Convert Fractions to Decimals and Percentages  The fractions that you come across every day can easily be converted into decimals and fractions. So, how do you convert a fraction into a decimal? Consider the fraction 2/5, how do you convert this fraction into a decimal? The traditional division you learnt in your early academic years is how you can convert a fraction into a decimal. Upon dividing the 2 by 5, we get 0.4. To convert a fraction into percentages, you can take up two approaches. The first one is to convert a fraction into a decimal and multiply it by 100 or simply take the fraction and multiply it by 100. Method 1  As we have already converted the fraction 2/5 into a decimal. We can now multiply it by 100 to find the percentage. 0.4 × 100 = 40%. Method 2  The next method is a straightforward method to convert a fraction into a decimal. 2/5 × 100 = 40%.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to convert a fraction to a decimal and reduce to its lowest terms.
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Intermediate Lesson
Works students stepbystep through fraction conversions to percentages. Convert the decimal into a percentage by multiplying by 100.
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Independent Practice 1
Convert the decimal to a fraction and reduce to its lowest terms. Convert the decimal to a percentage. The answers can be found below.
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A fraction riddle to crack you up:
What do a soldier and a math problem have in common?
They both follow orders!