Welcome to **percent to fraction**, our website dedicated to explaining the conversion of a percentage into a fraction. If you have been looking for turning percents into fractions or *writing percents as fractions*, then you have come to the right site as well. Right below you can find our calculator, the math is explained in full detail further below.

## Percent to Fraction Calculator

Our % to fraction calculator is straightforward:

Just enter your percentage without the % symbol, our converter then produces the result in lowest terms automatically. Press the button only in case you want to start over.

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Next, we discuss how to change a % to a ÷. We will start with the theory. After that, you can find four comprehensive examples meant to cover all cases.

## How to Convert Percent to Fraction

A percentage stands for a value by the hundred. It can be expressed by means of the percent sign %, or using an abbreviation such as, pct, for example.

In order to change a % to fraction carry out these three steps:

- Write the percentage as \large\frac{\text{percent}}{100}.
- If there is a decimal point, eliminate it by multiplying the denominator and the nominator by 10 to the power of the number of decimal digits. Else, proceed with the next step.
- If the greatest common divisor (gcd) is greater than 1 bring the fraction to lowest terms by dividing the nominator
*a*and the denominator*b*by the gcd(a,b).

Let’s have a look at some examples:

- 3%: \frac{\text{3}}{100}
The fraction cannot be reduced because the gcd(3,100) is 1.

- 4%: \frac{\text{4}}{100}
The greatest common divisor of 4 and 100, gcd(4,100), equals 4. Therefore, divide both, the nominator as well as the denominator by 4 to change the fraction to simplest form.

Thus, 4% as a fraction in simplest forms = \frac{\text{1}}{25}.

- 10.5%: \frac{\text{10.5}}{100}
The fraction has one decimal digit. Thus:

\frac{\text{10.5}}{100} → \frac{\text{105}}{1000}

The gcd(105,1000) = 5. So:

\frac{\text{105}}{1000} → \frac{\text{21}}{200}

Therefore, 10.5% as a fraction in simplest form = \frac{\text{21}}{200}.

- 133.125%: \frac{\text{133.125}}{100}
The fraction has three decimal digits. Thus:

\frac{\text{133.125}}{100} → \frac{\text{133125}}{100000}

The gcd(133125,100000) = 625. So:

\frac{\text{133125}}{100000} → \frac{\text{213}}{160}

Therefore, 133.125% as a fraction in simplest form = \frac{\text{213}}{160}.

We hope that these examples have been useful to you.

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In the section ahead you can find some additional information related to the topic under consideration, followed by the summary of our content.

## Summary

Taking all of the above into account, then you already know everything about writing percents as fractions and in addition you have a state-of-the-art calculator as your disposal.

You should now be in the positions to answer questions like *how to turn a percent into a fraction* and *how to convert pct to fraction*, just to name a few.

We sum our article up with the formula, valid for percentages without a decimal separator:

Make sure to remember that you need to get rid of of the decimal digits and that you ought to bring a numerator / denominator term to lowest terms as explained in full detail above.

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