Write a multiple choice question about this competency 'illustrate how decimals and percent forms and vice versa' focusing on this topic 'expressing fractions to decimals and perce... Write a multiple choice question about this competency 'illustrate how decimals and percent forms and vice versa' focusing on this topic 'expressing fractions to decimals and percent', 1item for remembering and understanding competencies, 2item analyzing and evaluating competencies. Provide answer key.
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1. What is the decimal form of 3/4? a) 0.75. 2. Analyze the fraction 2/5 to its percentage: a) 40% is slightly less than half.

Which of the following is the decimal form of the fraction 3/4? a) 0.75 b) 1.33 c) 0.5 d) 1.25 Answer: a) 0.75

Evaluate the relationship between the fraction 2/5 and its percentage form. Which option correctly analyzes this relationship? a) 40% means 2/5 is slightly less than half b) 50% directly equals 2/5 c) 2/5 when converted is 60% d) 2/5 perfectly matches 100% Answer: a) 40% means 2/5 is slightly less than half
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Which of the following is the decimal form of the fraction 3/4? a) 0.75 b) 1.33 c) 0.5 d) 1.25 Answer: a) 0.75

Evaluate the relationship between the fraction 2/5 and its percentage form. Which option correctly analyzes this relationship? a) 40% means 2/5 is slightly less than half b) 50% directly equals 2/5 c) 2/5 when converted is 60% d) 2/5 perfectly matches 100% Answer: a) 40% means 2/5 is slightly less than half
More Information
Understanding conversions between fractions, decimals, and percents is fundamental in Mathematics for comparing proportions and understanding numerical relationships.
Tips
A common mistake is not dividing the numerator by the denominator correctly when converting fractions to decimals.
Sources
 Converting between Fractions, Decimals and Percents  riosalado.edu
 Expressing Fractions, Decimals as Percents vice versa  Quizizz  quizizz.com
 Converting percents to decimals & fractions example  Khan Academy  khanacademy.org