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Q: How do you make numbers in to a percent?

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Multiply the number by 100 and add the % sign.

25 percent of the numbers from 1 to 100 are prime numbers.

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You multiply the number by 100. For example, 0.5 as a percent is 0.5 x 100 = 50 %

A normal computer keyboard has a key marked with a % symbol, usually above the numbers.

Yes there is an infinite amount of numbers before 1. From 1.9999999999 (etc.) to - infinity (never ending). You could make any of those a percentage.

28 percent is 0.28

53 percent is 53% or 0.53

11.1 percent = 0.111

75%

yes. the definition of numbers: symbols representing quantity

Even numbers account for 50% of the numbers from 1 to 50.

71/100 You can make it smaller, but it won't get you whole numbers so this is the best way in my opinion.

16%

It's 74%. The easiest way to convert a fraction to a percent is to make the denominator 100, because then the numerator will be your percent. So to make 37/50 have a denominator of 100, you have to multiply both numbers by 2 (because 50*2 is 100). That gives you a new fraction of 74/100, so 74% is your percentage.

No.

"4.32" cannot be expressed as a percent. To have a percent, you need to have two numbers compared to each other.

The total numbers are not yet known. Estimates are impossible to make until the spill stops.

20 percent.

numbers that are whole numbers (1,2,3,4...) and numbers that are NOT negative. so anything above zero that does not have a decimal, percent or a fraction.

first you turn it into a decimal by changing the whole number so that the decimal is in the front of the number then you make two numbers in the front and put the decimal behind it then the following two numbers you keep but if there is any behind the following two numbers behind the decimal you take them out. the next part is the easiest. now you just simply put the percent at the end of your four digits. if you have less than four digits for an example 37 or just a regular 2 you would either just put the percent or add zeros to make it four digits. 3.7 -> 37.00% or 37% 2 -> 02.00% or 2%

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23 and 1/3 %

Multiply all the numbers by 1.024

52.83 percent, or 52.8 percent, or 53 percent. 28 is 53 percent of 53. Since the numbers in the question are given as significant to 2 places, I would favor rounding the answer to 53 percent. We are often tempted to show numbers as being significant to more digits than we can justify.