Posted by **help me understand** on Friday, April 27, 2007 at 10:10am.

how do I convert 9/16 into a percent? Is this done differently in a algebric form?

Divide 16 into 9.000, using the normal procedures of long division. This should give you 0.5625; then multiply the decimal by 100.

This isn't algebra, by the way.

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