Worksheet on Decimal into Percentage

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on decimal into percentage.

We know, to convert decimal into percent obtain the number in decimal form then multiply the number in decimal form by 100 and put percent symbol (%). Thus, when we multiply the decimal number by 100, then we need to shift the decimal point two places to the right (add zeros if necessary).

1. Express each of the following as percent:

 (i) 2.5                   

(ii) 0.04                

(iii) 0.002             

(iv) 3.53

(v) 0.75

2. Which of the following percentage is equivalent to 0.05?

(i) 0.5 %

(ii) 0.05 %

(iii) 0.005 %

(iv) 5 % 

(v) 50 %


3. Which of the following percentage is equivalent to 0.275?

(i) 27.5 %

(ii) 2.75 %

(iii) 275 %

(iv) 0.0275 %

(v) 2750 %


4. Express each of the following decimals as a percent:

(i) 0.004

(ii) 0.24

(iii) 0.02

(iv) 1.383

(v) 5.575


5. Convert each of the following decimals into percentage:

(i) 0.10

(ii) 0.02

(iii) 0.7

(iv) 0.15

(v) 0.09

(vi) 0.032

(vii) 0.65

(viii) 0.088

(ix) 0.1

(x) 0.90


Answers for the worksheet on decimal into percentage are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (i) 250 %         

(ii) 4 %                  

(iii) 0.2 %                      

(iv) 353 %            

(v) 7.5 %


2. 5 % 

3. 27.5 %

4. (i) 0.4 %

(ii) 24 %

(iii) 2 %

(iv) 138.3 %

(v) 557.5 %


5. (i) 10 %

(ii) 2 %

(iii) 70 %

(iv) 15 %

(v) 9 %

(vi) 3.2 %

(vii) 65 %

(viii) 8.8 %

(ix) 10 %

(x) 90 %

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