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You can never beat me in a boxing match!!!
I am so good your tail will come off.BUURRN!!!
Really?I don´t want to fight you then.
That means that I would be losing 10% of my muscles.
One Day Later . . .
Yah.Same with turning a decimal to a percent you just move the point to the right instead.
After doing research it turns out that it would be .10 of your muscles.You turn the percent sign into a decimal then move it 2 places to the left.So basically you divided it by 100.
Guess what?10% also equals 1/10.So .10 in words is one tenth so that is why it equals 1/10.Also you can divide the numerator by the denominator to find the equivalent decimal then move the decimal point 2 times to the right for the percent which means that you multiply the decimal by 100.
Cool!Now we know all 3 forms of 10% but really we could do that with any fraction, decimal, or percent
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