Converting Fractions to Percents


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At the coffee shop, 86% of customers left a large tip. In contrast, 5 out of 6 customers at the deli left a large tip.

i) What is 5/6 as a percent?

ii) Which restaurant had a greater percentage of customers who left a large tip?

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1. Convert 4/25 into a percent.

2. At Al's Pizza, 57% of the orders included pepperoni pizza. At World's Best Pizza, 11 out of 19 orders included pepperoni pizza. Convert 11/19 to a percent and state at which restaurant did pepperoni pizzas make up a greater percentage of the pizzas sold?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Fractions and percentages may look very different, but there's a process you can use to convert one to the other! This quiz asks you to not just convert fractions to decimals, but to compare fractions and decimals in word problems.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This conversion-focused quiz tests your ability to:

  • Solve two-answer word problems by utilizing this conversion process
  • Convert fractions to percents

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most important information from the lesson on converting fractions to decimals
  • Critical thinking - use this information to consider what's larger when given both a fraction and a decimal
  • Problem solving - successfully convert fractions to decimals
  • Information recall - remember the knowledge you've gained about this conversion process

Additional Learning

Still want to learn more? The lesson Converting Fractional Notation to Percent Notation covers the following objectives:

  • Define fraction and percent
  • Explain the conversion process