# Math

Convert 3¾ % to a decimal.

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1. http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/index.html

Scroll down to the decimal and the percentage sections. Read and follow directions.

I'll do this one for you, but you need to do the others. Then someone will check your work for you.

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2. How do you make it a fraction?

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