Students often have trouble converting fractions to percentages when dealing with fractions. To convert a fraction to a percentage, multiply the numerator (number above the fraction line) by the denominator (number below the fraction line). The result is 100 percent, or a percentage. The same process is used for decimals. A fraction can be converted to a percentage by multiplying its numerator with the denominator (number below fraction line).
Once you know the answer to the question, you can use a percentage calculator to find the percentage. First, enter the values using the b/c format. Make sure that any mixed numbers are separated by a space. Next, move the decimal place two places to the left. Alternatively, you can also use a strip diagram to represent the value of 20 out of 23. In this case, x ranges from 0 to 100.