   ## Fractions Decimals Percentages (C) worksheet

Suitable for Year groups: 8, 9
GCSE Tier:
Foundation
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Prerequisite knowledge: How to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.
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## Fractions Decimals Percentages (C) worksheet description

This worksheet is much less guided than Fractions, Decimals and Percentages A and B, as it requires students to convert more fluently between percentages and decimals.

Section A takes a closer look at every day, but often difficult to convert, thirds and eighths. Here students are given the equivalences for 18 and 28 and asked to determine 38, 58 and 78 using the information they have. Knowledge of equivalent fractions is drawn out as students are asked why 48 and 68 have been excluded.

Next, students convert decimals to percentages, including numbers greater than 1 and decimals into 4 decimal places. Section C is the reverse of section B, with percentages converted to decimals. Section C gives learners a set of fractions which they will write as decimals and percentages, including tricky fractions such as 730 and 940.

Finally, section D is a spot, explain and correct a mistake question focusing on two common misconceptions when converting numbers greater than 1 and decimals to 3 decimal places.

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