- Converting Between Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
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- Converting a Fraction with a Denominator of 100 to a Percentage
- Converting a Percentage to a Fraction with a Denominator of 100
- Finding the Percentage of a Grid that is Shaded
- Representing Benchmark Percentages on a Grid
- Introduction to Converting a Percentage to a Decimal
- Introduction to Converting a Decimal to a Percentage
- Converting Between Percentages and Decimals
- Converting Between Percentages and Decimals in a Real-World Situation
- Converting a Percentage to a Fraction in Simplest Form
- Converting a Fraction to a Percentage: Denominator of 4, 5, or 10
- Finding Benchmark Fractions and Percentages for a Figure
- Converting a Fraction to a Percentage: Denominator of 20, 25, or 50
- Converting a Fraction to a Percentage in a Real-World Situation

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**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 5% is represented by shading 5 squares in the grid as shown in choice C.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 10% is represented by shading 10 squares in the grid as shown in choice A.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 20% is represented by shading 20 squares in the grid as shown in choice B.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 25% is represented by shading 25 squares in the grid as shown in choice D.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 50% is represented by shading 50 squares in the grid as shown in choice A.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 75% is represented by shading 75 squares in the grid as shown in choice B.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 100% is represented by shading all 100 squares in the grid as shown in choice D.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 30% is represented by shading 30 squares in the grid as shown in choice C.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 60% is represented by shading 60 squares in the grid as shown in choice B.

**Step 1:**

We take a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. Each shaded square represents 1%.

**Step 2:**

So 80% is represented by shading 80 squares in the grid as shown in choice A.

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