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Writing a percent as a decimal and as a fraction
This lesson will explain percentage by looking at an example problem. The given information will assist in learning how to write a percent as a decimal and as a fraction. This lesson will give a step by step explanation to better explain the concept.
By
Brian McLogan
Identifying and Writing Proportions: Konst Math
A proportion is a name we give to a statement that two ratios are equal. It can be written in two ways: two equal fractions or using a colon.
By
Bill Konst
Compound Fractions (Part I)
Understanding compound fractions and their tricky mathematical behavior.
By
Matt
Percent of Change: Konst Math
Finding the percent of change is using the ratio of the amount of change to the original amount. The increased amount is really the percent of increase. If the amount decreases then the percent of the change is the percent of the decrease which will be a negative.
By
Bill Konst
Percent Fraction Decimal in 2 Minutes
This lesson will look at examples to give an explanation about Percents, Decimals and Fractions without all the extra examples and homework? Here it is! It doesn't get any more concise than this!
By
Eric Buffington
Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions: Konst Math
This video explains how to convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions. An improper fraction is one whose numerator is larger than the denominator (like 5/4). Improper fractions can be written as a mixed number, a number plus a fraction (for example, 5/4 = 1 1/4).
By
Bill Konst
Adding & Subtracting Mixed Numbers
A mixed number is a whole number plus a fraction and in this lesson we are adding and subtracting them.
By
Ryan Jackson
Half of a Half
This lesson will look at examples using animation to explain how to find a half of a half.
By
Steven A Levy
How to determine the percent between two whole numbers
This lesson will look at an example problem involving percent. This lesson will give an explanation of how to determine the percent between two whole numbers with a step by step look to better explain the concept.
By
Brian McLogan
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Estimation
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Matt
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Jackson, United States of America
Ryan Jackson
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Toms River, United States of America
Karan Modi
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Yanbu Al-Bahr, Saudi Arabia
Michael Maffesoli
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Melvindale, United States of America
Brian McLogan
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Jacksonville, United States of America