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Converting decimals to percentages means multiplying by 100.
The symbol used to show percent is “%” so 21 percent would be 21%. The “21” is the “part” and the “%” is the whole which means that 21% can also be shown as 21/100.
Converting Decimals to Percentages:
To convert a decimal to a percentage is very easy. You simply multiply the number by 100. For example, .91 would be .91 x 100 = 91. You then add the percentage symbol to make the 91 read 91%.
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