Step: 1

1.222 < 6 5 ⇒ = 1.222 < 1.2 which is not true.

[Convert decimal to fraction.]

Step: 2

1.222 < 5 6 ⇒ 1.222 < 0.8333...which is not true.

[Convert decimal to fraction.]

Step: 3

1.222 > 6 5 ⇒ 1.222 > 1.2 which is true.

[Convert decimal to fraction.]

Step: 4

1.222 = 6 5 ⇒ 1.222 = 1.2 which is not true.

[Convert decimal to fraction.]

Step: 5

Amongest the choices, 1.222 > 6 5 is true.

Correct Answer is : 1.222 > 6 5

Step: 1

25% = 25 100

[Use 100 as denominator to write the percent as a fraction.]

Step: 2

= 2 5 ÷ 2 5 1 0 0 ÷ 2 5 = 1 4

[Divide numerator and the denominator with LCD, 25 to simplify the fraction.]

Step: 3

25% is equal to 1 4 .

Correct Answer is : 1 4

Step: 1

[Divide 2 by 5 to write as a decimal.]

Step: 2

[Multiply numerator and denominator by 20 to make the denominator 100.]

Step: 3

= 40%

[Represent as a percent.]

Step: 4

The decimal and percent equivalents of 2 5 are 0.4 and 40%.

Correct Answer is : 0.4, 40%

Step: 1

Fat content in macaroni and cheese = Weight of fat 100

= 39 100 = 0.39

[Divide 39 by 100.]

Step: 2

0.39 = 39%

[Change decimal to percent by shifting the decimal point two places to the right.]

Step: 3

39% of fat is present in macaroni and cheese.

Correct Answer is : 39%

Step: 1

Sam ate 9 out of 10 parts of pizza.

Step: 2

Gary ate = 1 out of 10 parts of pizza = 1 10

[10 - 9 = 1]

Step: 3

= 1 × 1 0 1 0 × 1 0 = 10 100

[Multiply numerator and denominator by 10 to make the denominator 100.]

Step: 4

= 10%

[Represent as a percent.]

Step: 5

Gary ate 10% of the pizza.

Correct Answer is : 10%

Step: 1

2.25 = 2 25 100

[Express decimal as a mixed number.]

Step: 2

= 22 5 ÷ 2 5 1 0 0 ÷ 2 5

[Divide 25 and 100 by the GCF 25.]

Step: 3

= 2 1 4

Step: 4

The length of the dragonfly is 2 1 4 inches.

Correct Answer is : 2 1 4 inches

Step: 1

[Divide numerator with denominator.]

Step: 2

[To represent a repeating decimal, draw a bar over the repeating digits.]

Correct Answer is : 0.18 ¯

Step: 1

3.5 = 3 5 10

[Since 3.5 is 3 and 5 tenths, use 10 as denominator to express 3.5 as a mixed number.]

Step: 2

= 3 5÷5 10÷5

[Simplify 5 10 using the GCF 5.]

Step: 3

= 3 1 2

Step: 4

The equivalent fraction for 3.5 mg is 3 1 2 mg.

Correct Answer is : 3 1 2 mg

Step: 1

4.2 = 4 2 10

[Since 4.2 is 4 and 2 tenths, use 10 as a denominator to express 4.2 as a mixed number.]

Step: 2

= 4 2÷2 10÷2

[Simplify 2 10 using the GCF 2.]

Step: 3

= 4 1 5

Step: 4

The equivalent fraction for 4.2 in. is 4 1 5 in.

Correct Answer is : 4 1 5 in.

Step: 1

[Number of stamps of Florida] / [total number of stamps] = 14 50

Step: 2

= 14x2 50x2

[Multiply both numerator and denominator by 2 to make denominator 100.]

Step: 3

= 28 100 = 28%

[Write the ratio as a percent.]

Step: 4

28% of the stamps are of Florida.

Correct Answer is : 28%

Step: 1

98% = 98 100

[Use 100 as denominator to write the percent as a fraction.]

Step: 2

[Move decimal two places to the left to convert the fraction into a decimal number.]

Step: 3

The decimal form of the percent is 0.98.

Correct Answer is : 0.98

Step: 1

50% = 50 100

[Convert the percent to a fraction.]

Step: 2

[Simplify.]

Step: 3

[Convert the fraction to a decimal number.]

Step: 4

The fractional and the decimal forms of the percent are 1 2 and 0.5.

Correct Answer is : 1 2 , 0.5

Step: 1

[Convert the fraction into a decimal number.]

Step: 2

[Convert the fraction to percent form.]

Step: 3

The equivalent decimal and percent forms of the fraction are 0.4 and 40%.

Correct Answer is : 0.4 and 40%

Step: 1

Convert the fraction to a decimal number.4 5 = 0.8

[Divide numerator by denominator.]

Step: 2

To convert 0.8 to a percent, we multiply by 100.

0.8 = 80%

[0.8 × 100 = 80.]

Step: 3

Correct Answer is : 80%

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