7th grade math

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1/15 in percent

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    1/15 is .06666666666666666 (repeating forever)
    and to get a percent you multiply it by 100 so you get 6.666666666666666%

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    thank you

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    its 6.6% and u need to put a bar line over .6 to tell u that it keeps goin on for ever

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