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Write each % as a fraction in Simplest form. 56 1/4%

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divide that by 100 then simplify.. for example \[5\text{%} \implies \frac{5}{100}\] then simplify \[\implies \frac{1}{20}\] does that help?
But what bout the fraction?
that is the fraction..what do you mean?

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56 1/4 &
1/4!!! Fraction!
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Say What? I'm in 8th Grade ( 13 yrs) dont understand
\[\Large 4 \frac 12 \text % \implies \frac{4 \frac 12}{100} \implies \frac{\frac 92}{100} \implies \frac{9}{200}\] got it?
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Help! My math teacher is cuckoo crazy and just gave me this paper with out even explanation! :( I hate Ms. Gonzalez
did you see what i just wrote?
???? Yes ????? But Idk how to do that?
..i need to go now...i hope @Shane_B can explain further..but just so you know..all i did was improper fractions
To convert a % to a fraction, you just divide the % by 100. That's what @lgbasallote is saying. You have 56 1/4 %....make that an improper fraction if you need to and then divide that by 100:\[\frac{\frac{225}{4}}{100}=?\]
what i did is very 8th grade level..i assure you

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