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 Shapeshifting Percent Format 

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1. An easy way to divide a number by 1,000 is to scoot the decimal point...

2 places to the left 3 places to the left
2 places to the right 3 places to the right

2. An easy way to multiply a number by 0.01 is to scoot the decimal point...

2 places to the left 3 places to the left
2 places to the right 3 places to the right

3. Write 5.5% as a decimal.

550 55 5.5 0.55 0.055

4. Write 0.8911 as a percent.

0.08911% 0.8911% 89.11% 891.1% 8,911%

5.Write 0.8% as a fraction.

810 810 % 18 1125

6. Write 25 38 % as a fraction.

25 38 2038 203100 203800

7. Write the fraction 58 as a percent.

58 % 6.25% 0.625% 62.5%

8. Write the fraction 1750 as a percent.

1750 % 0.175% 0.34% 34%

9. After we change two-thirds into percent format, do its digits repeat endlessly?

yes no

10. Use what you have memorized to write 33 13 percent as a fraction.

33 13 1003 13 3