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Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

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Sean Kyer

on 30 April 2014

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Transcript of Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

Try These:
Are these fractions the same?

a) 1/5 = 2/10

b) 1/2 = 2/2

c) 5/10 = 4/10
Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Decimals
Percents
100% is equal to 1/1 and the same as 100/100
It is not the same as 2/100 because 100% is one whole and 2 part of one hundred is not whole.

Some uses for percents are...
When going shopping and there is a sale and you use percents to figure out the sale price
When you get a test back, you can figure out your mark by using percents


Game Time
Tic Tac Toe Trivia!
Introduction to Fractions
Try These
Are these the same?

A)0.5=5/10

B) 0.10 = 4/10

C) 0.70= 75/100
Try These
Which fractions and decimal are equal and not equal?

a) o.10=100%

b) 0.50 = 80%

c) 1.00 = 1%
Now to Review
A decimal is part of a fraction
A fraction is out of a whole just in a pizza
A percent is always out of a hundred if its higher than 100% its a whole

- Fractions are a piece or part of a whole

- 1/2 is equal to half of a whole

- Top number: numerator

- Bottom number: denominator
you use decimals for
money
to measure something
Before the decimal is a whole number and after the decimal is less then a whole
Decimals is basically another way of saying a fraction
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