how to change 66 2/3% to fraction?

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.6976744 = 1/1.4333333 = 1/(4/3+1/10) = 30/(40+3)=30/43 which comes out to .6976744 to 7 places. Or as OronD said, it is 6,976,744/10,000,000 but reduced to lowest terms it is 872,093/1,250,000.

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5/9 = 0.5555555556 * 100 = 55. and all that repeating nonsense, so.... 55.5 Percents are usually restrained in thus case to two integers, so... 56% ====

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You didn't mention the units (meters, yards, feet.....) but whatever it is the area is 6.3 * 4.4 = 27.72 in the same unit (squared !) as the original (provided you presented them both in the same units !)

Answered: What fraction of time was spent during drills total amount of time was 90

Hi Jakall, 20*100/90 = 22.2% was spent on actual drilling and 70*100/90 = 77.8% was spent inbetween the actual drillings. Best regards,
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How do i change a fraction into a percentage, eg ...

To change a fraction to a percentage, remember that a percentage is per hundred. So if you have a number like 1/5, that is equivalent to 20/100 and the percentage is 20%. For 33/50, you can multiply both numerator and denominator by 2 to get 66/100 which is 66%. For 3/10, multiply numerator and ...

3/5 of 10?

Hi, ---------- 6 (you multipy 3 by 10 [=30] and devide by 5 or you devide 10 by 5 [=2] and multiply by 3). 3*10/5=6 -------- If you devide 10 to 5 equal parts, each part (=1/5) equals 2.... You need 3 fifths so it's 2*3=6 --------- Best regards,

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