When I was in school, I would often be asked to convert a fraction to a percentage. For example, we may need to calculate 11/15 as a percentage.

Sometimes we need to express the given fraction in terms of percentage and you need to learn the steps for the way you can convert the given fraction to its percentage form.

Here we will take up the simple example of 11/15 where we will learn to change it to its percentage form. The percentage form can be expressed through different methods and here we are going to learn about both of them.

**What is 11/15 as a percent? **The answer is 11/15 as a percentage is 73.33%

## Basic Concepts of converting a fraction to percentage

1) As we all know that a fraction is divided into two parts, they are called the numerator and the denominator.

2) The numerator is present above the line of division and the denominators are digits that are present below the line of division.

3) Here, in this case, the numerator is 12 and the denominator is 20.

4) Hence when we are conducting division with fraction, the numerator becomes the dividend and the denominator becomes the divisor which divides the given dividend in the given process.

5) What do you mean by percentage- the process of percentage consists of expressing all the numerical values in terms of hundred. We can also say that during the process of percentage we compare the two values based on 100. In other words, the percentage is defined as the fraction of a hundred.

6) So if we write 45%, we mean 45/100, and if we say 70% we mean 70/100.

**Also read: **What is 12/20 as a Percentage?

## Calculation to express 11/15 as a Percentage

### Method #1

**Step 1**

In the first step, we are going to change the denominator value to hundred and to do so we will have to divide 100 by the denominator.

#### 100÷15 = 6.6667

**Step 2**

In the next step, you need to use the value that was acquired in the first step to multiply with both the numerator and the denominator.

#### (11×6.6667)÷(15×6.6667) = 73.3333/100

Thus we see that the results of the change in fraction 11/15 to percentage form will be 73.33333%.

#### 11/15 as a percent = 73.33333%

### Method #2

**Step 1**

In the first step, you will have to divide the given numerator by the denominator where 11 is the numerator which acts as the dividend now and 15 is the denominator which acts as the divisor now.

#### 11÷15= 0.73333333

**Step 2**

Finally in the last step, you have to multiply the obtained results in decimals by 100 to yield the results in their percentage form.

#### 0.73333×100=73.33%

Hence we see that when we apply both the steps to find out the results, the answer is the same in both cases. Thus it is clear that both the processes are valid and you can use any one of them, whichever is suitable for you to yield the results.

However, it is also important for you to understand both the methods carefully so that you can solve your sum either way if presenting with, in exams.

If you practice the method every day with different fractions then you will surely be able to exercise expertise over the sums and find your answer without any trouble.

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