Common Equivalences Between Percentages, Fractions & Decimals: Lesson for Kids


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If the number .25 were written as a fraction, what would the denominator be?

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1. What is another way to write 5/100

2. What is another way to write .05

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet let you see how much you know about common equivalences between percentages, fractions and decimals. You need to know how to go from fractions to percentages for the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can take the quiz to see how much you know about:

  • The same thing as 80/100
  • Another way to write .05
  • Writing 5/100 as a percentage
  • The denominator if .25 was a fraction

Skills Practiced

  • Reading awareness - make sure that you know the most important information from the lesson on equivalent percentages, fractions and decimals
  • Remembering details - remember what you learned about other ways to write .36
  • Learning practice - use what you learned to answer questions about going from fractions to percentages and decimals to fractions

Additional Learning

Practice working with different forms of numbers by using the lesson called Common Equivalences Between Percentages, Fractions & Decimals: Lesson for Kids. You can learn more about:

  • The meaning of 'percentage'
  • Decimal examples
  • Fractions equal to percents
  • How 90%, 90/100 and .90 are the same thing