# Algebra 1 : How to find a fraction from a percentage

## Example Questions

### Example Question #21 : How To Find A Fraction From A Percentage

Convert  into a fraction.

This percentage cannot be converted to a fraction.

Explanation:

When converting percentages into fractions, the easiest way to go about it is to simply place the percentage given over one hundred.

So for this example, the percentage is , meaning the it can be rewritten as .

Since  is a prime number, this fraction is already in its simplest form.

### Example Question #3114 : Algebra 1

What is the most-simplified fractional equivalent of ?

Explanation:

"Percent" literally means "out of 100," so 22% is equivalent to . We can simplify this becasue both the numerator and the denominator are divisible by 2. Divide top and bottom by 2 to get .

### Example Question #3115 : Algebra 1

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction:

### Example Question #3116 : Algebra 1

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction if necessary:

### Example Question #3117 : Algebra 1

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction if necessary:

### Example Question #3118 : Algebra 1

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction if necessary:

### Example Question #3119 : Algebra 1

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction if necessary:

### Example Question #3120 : Algebra 1

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction if necessary:

### Example Question #22 : How To Find A Fraction From A Percentage

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent:

Explanation:

To find the fractional equivalent of a percent, we place that number over 100 and reduce the fraction if necessary:

### Example Question #23 : How To Find A Fraction From A Percentage

Find the fractional equivalent of the following percent: