Change each percent to a fraction or a mixed number in lowest terms:
To calculate: The equivalent fraction for the percent in lowest terms.
The provided percentage is .
There are following steps to change the percent that contains a mixed number to a fraction.
Step 1: Convert the mixed number to an equivalent improper fraction.
Step 2: Find the equivalent fraction for the result obtained in Step 1, by multiplying this result by and remove the percent sign .
Consider the percent .
First, convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.
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