Change each fraction to a percent:
To calculate: The equivalent percent of the fraction .
The provided fraction is .
There are following steps to change the fraction to a percent.
Step 1: Convert the fraction to an equivalent decimal.
Step 2: Find the equivalent percent for the decimal obtained in Step 1, by moving the decimal point two places to the right and then write the percent sign after the number.
Consider the fraction .
First, convert the fraction to a decimal by dividing 3 by 7 as follows.
Here, the division is carried out to the hundredths place and the remainder is not zero
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