# Ch 2: High School Algebra: Percent Notation

Watch these percent notation lessons, and learn about percents, decimal and fraction notation and more. Complete the short quizzes that conclude each lesson to gauge your progress.

## High School Algebra I: Percent Notation - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Percent notation requires an understanding of percents, decimals and fractions. After you study the lessons in this chapter, you'll come to understand how those elements work together. Experts in the field explain each subject and use examples that help to clarify the lesson's concepts. By the end of this chapter, you'll have learned how to write percentages in decimal form and as a fraction. Each bite-sized lesson tackles a single concept to help you retain the information better. This chapter is designed to teach you to:

• Identify a percent
• Convert percent notation to fraction notation
• Convert percent notation to decimal notation
• Change between decimals and percents
• Change between decimals and fractions
• Convert fractional notation to percent notation

Video Objective
What is a Percent? - Definition and Examples Learn the definition of a percent
Converting to Decimal Notation Understand how to convert from percent notation to decimal notation
Converting Percent Notation to Fraction Notation Find out how to convert from percent notation to fraction notation
Changing Between Decimals and Percents Learn how to convert from decimal notation to percent notation
Changing Between Decimals and Fractions Know how to convert from decimal notation to percent notation
Converting Fractional Notation to Percent Notation Understand how to convert from fraction notation to percent notation

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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