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On these worksheets, students convert a percentage to a reduced fraction, including percentages greater than 100%

We can continually remind ourselves that percentages are little more than fractions of 100, or fractions with a denominator of 100. Converting a percent to fraction form is easy: simply write the percentage as the numerator of the fraction and use one hundred as the denominator. However, we typically want to reduce that fraction to its simplest form to give an appropriate answer to a percentage to fraction question. These worksheets being with simple fractions and progress through percentage numerators that are less easily reduced. The final set of worksheets deal with percentages greater than 100, which reduce to mixed fractions.