By G. Hardy
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Percent → decimal Remove the percent symbol Divide the decimal by 100. 67 = 67% 100 To multiply by 100, move the decimal point right two places. To divide by 100, move the decimal point left two places. Example 1 YOUR TURN! 24 as a percent. 37 as a percent. 1. 24 by 100. 1. 24 × 100 = 24 2. The decimal point moved two places to the right. × 3. Write a percent symbol. 24% = 2. The decimal point moved to the . places . 3. Write a percent symbol. GO ON Lesson 2-3 Decimals and Percents 49 Example 2 YOUR TURN!
Chicken Patty . . . . . . Steak Sandwich . . . . . Pork BBQ . . . . . . . . Chicken Nachos . . . . . 50 Write the vocabulary word that completes each sentence. 25 A(n) 26 A number that represents part of a whole is a(n) 27 is a ratio that compares a number to 100. What type of fraction represents percents greater than 100%? What does it mean to have a percent greater than 100%?
Steak Sandwich . . . . . Pork BBQ . . . . . . . . Chicken Nachos . . . . . 50 Write the vocabulary word that completes each sentence. 25 A(n) 26 A number that represents part of a whole is a(n) 27 is a ratio that compares a number to 100. What type of fraction represents percents greater than 100%? What does it mean to have a percent greater than 100%?