# Mastering Percentage with MCQs

- Author: Noreen Niazi
- Last Updated on: March 15, 2024

Comprehending fractions and percentages is essential for managing different facets of everyday life, such as allocating funds for expenses and deciphering information in reports. But, especially for fractions like 4/5, converting fractions to percents can frequently feel intimidating. Do not be alarmed! We’ll explore the foundations of fractions and percents in this tutorial, with an emphasis on explaining how to convert 4/5 to a percent.

Parts of a whole are represented by fractions, where the denominator denotes the total number of parts and the numerator the number of parts. The fraction 4/5, for example, indicates that there are 4 equal pieces out of 5. Conversely, percentages provide a consistent method of representing fractions, which facilitates calculations and comparisons in a variety of settings.

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