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Percentage is the numerator of a fraction, whose denominator is hundred. If the denominator in the fraction is not hundred we multiply the fraction with hundred percent to get percentage. Percentages are also used for comparing quantities.

**Converting fractional numbers into percentage**

To convert a fraction into a percentage, multiply it by hundred and then place the % symbol.

e.g. $\frac{\text{4}}{\text{5}}$ = $\frac{\text{4}}{\text{5}}$ Ã— 100 = 80%

Percentages related to proper fractions are less than 100, whereas percentages related to improper fractions are more than 100.

**Converting decimals into percentage**

To convert a decimal into percentage, multiply the decimal by hundred and then place the % symbol.

e.g. 0.25

= $\frac{\text{25}}{\text{100}}$ Ã— 100

= 25%

Percentage is the numerator of a fraction, whose denominator is hundred. If the denominator in the fraction is not hundred we multiply the fraction with hundred percent to get percentage. Percentages are also used for comparing quantities.

**Converting fractional numbers into percentage**

To convert a fraction into a percentage, multiply it by hundred and then place the % symbol.

e.g. $\frac{\text{4}}{\text{5}}$ = $\frac{\text{4}}{\text{5}}$ Ã— 100 = 80%

Percentages related to proper fractions are less than 100, whereas percentages related to improper fractions are more than 100.

**Converting decimals into percentage**

To convert a decimal into percentage, multiply the decimal by hundred and then place the % symbol.

e.g. 0.25

= $\frac{\text{25}}{\text{100}}$ Ã— 100

= 25%