Printable Fraction Decimal Percent Chart
There are three ways to express fraction numbers or fractional numbers, namely ordinary fractions (fraction), decimal fractions (decimal), and percent numbers. Ordinary fractions can be translated into decimal fractions and percent numbers. I know it can be a little difficult to imagine for an elementary schooler, so first, we will give a common fraction decimal percentage chart to make it easier for kids to learn.
Ordinary Fractions – Ordinary fraction numbers or regular fraction numbers are numbers that show the comparison in the form a / b (pronounced a / b) in this case called a numerator and b is called a divisor. An example of a regular fraction is 1/3 (1 is the numerator and 3 is the denominator)
Decimal Fraction Numbers – A decimal fraction number or a decimal fraction number is a fraction number in the form of tenths, percentages, thousandths, tenths of thousands, and so on.
Percent Numbers – Percent number or percent number is the number in the form per hundred. The percent number is written as a number followed by the % sign (symbol). The figure 15% reads 15 percent means 15 percent.
I know it can be a little difficult for an elementary schooler, so first, we will give a common fraction decimal percentage chart to make it easier for kids to learn and memorize.
Fraction Decimal Percent Chart 

Fraction 
Decimal 
Percent 
1/2 
0.5 
50% 
1/3 
0.333… 
33.333…% 
2/3 
0.666… 
66.666…% 
1/4 
0.25 
25% 
3/4 
0.75 
75% 
1/5 
0.2 
20% 
2/5 
0.4 
40% 
3/5 
0.6 
60% 
4/5 
0.8 
80% 
1/6 
0.1666… 
16.666…% 
5/6 
0.8333… 
83.333…% 
1/8 
0.125 
12.5% 
3/8 
0.375 
37.5% 
5/8 
0.625 
62.5% 
7/8 
0.875 
87.5% 
1/9 
0.111… 
11.111…% 
2/9 
0.222… 
22.222…% 
4/9 
0.444… 
44.444…% 
5/9 
0.555… 
55.555…% 
7/9 
0.777… 
77.777…% 
8/9 
0.888… 
88.888…% 
1/10 
0.1 
10% 
1/12 
0.08333… 
8.333…% 
1/16 
0.0625 
6.25% 
1/32 
0.03125 
3.125% 
1/100 
0.01 
1% 
1/20 
0.05 
5% 
1/10 
0.1 
10% 
1/8 
0.125 
12½% 
1/5 
0.2 
20% 
1/4 
0.25 
25% 
331/ 
0.333... 
3% 
1/2 
0.5 
50% 
3/4 
0.75 
75% 
4/5 
0.8 
80% 
9/10 
0.9 
90% 
99/100 
0.99 
99% 

1 
100% 
5/4 
1.25 
125% 
3/2 
1.5 
150% 

2 
200% 
This will discuss how to convert a decimal number into a fraction.
Step 1 – Write the decimal and divided by 1, for example: 0.25/1
Step 2 – Multiply the top and bottom number by 10 for each number after the decimal point, (and if there are two digits after the decimal point, the number of zeros after the multiplier will also increase (100, 1000, etc.). For example : 0.25(x 100)/1(x100) = 25/100
Step 3 – Reduce the fraction (simplify) with the biggest number that can divide it, for example: 25(:25)/100(:25) = ¼
Or you can just easily look up at the fraction decimal percentage chart that we’ve already provide.
This will discuss how to convert a fraction into a percent number, and it’s really easy.
Step 1 – Divide the top and bottom number, for example : 4/7 = 0,571
Step 2 – Multiply by 100%, for example : 0,571 x 100% = 57,1%
Or you can just easily look up at the fraction decimal percentage chart that we’ve already provide.