These quick conversions are designed for students who have already spent time delving into fraction, decimal and percentage equivalence and are confident in converting decimal percentages such as 1.5%.
Broken into manageable sections or tables, this worksheet allows learners to focus on one conversion or equivalence at a time. Table 1 asks for conversions between decimals and percentages, ensuring students are happy with decimals in the tenths, hundredths, and thousandths place value columns. Table 2 contains some common fraction and percentage equivalents with fraction denominators of 2, 4, 10 and 100.
In tables 3 and 4, students have to convert between fractions and percentages followed by fractions and decimals but watch out because from here, the worksheet progresses to fractions with denominators of 5, 20, 25 and 50, encouraging students to find equivalent fractions with denominators of 100, before converting to percentages. Finally, table 4 includes fractions that convert to recurring decimals, such as 1⁄6 and 1⁄11.