# math again

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what is 1
- %
3 in simplest form?

What is 2% in simplest form?

SIMPLEST FORMS MUST BE IN FRACTIONS PLEASE:)

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i mean 1 over 3
(as a percent TOGETHER)
in simplest form?
FRACTION FORM PLEASE

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1/3 is a fraction

To get the percent, divide the numerator by the denominator. Multiply the answer by 100. What do you get?

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no no no i mean 1/3 %

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it is 1/300

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