Using this percentage to fraction converter calculator, you can simply convert any percentage value to a fraction.

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**Percentage**

Percentage is abbreviated as percent, or percent. This symbol is created by rearranging the numbers 1 and 00.

The term “percentage” refers to the number “out of 100.” For example, 85% denotes a score of 85 out of 100, which may be stated as a fraction 85/100.

**Fraction**

A fraction is a number formed by the ratio of two integers. If n and d are two integers, then n/d is a fraction as long as d is not equal to zero; otherwise, the fraction is undefined. Fractions can be both positive and negative.

The numerator is the highest number in a fraction, while the denominator is the lowest. The fraction is incorrect if the numerator is greater than the denominator.

**How to Use Percentage to Fraction Converter**

- This calculator is simple and quick to use.
- To convert the % value, simply enter it into the calculator’s first input box.
- Within a second, the converter will change the percentage value to a fraction and display the result in the second field.

**Formula to Convert Percentage to Fraction**

There is a formula for converting a **fraction to a percentage** value, but there isn’t one for converting a percentage value to a fraction. There are various steps required to convert each sort of percentage value (decimal percentage, whole number percentage, etc.) into a fraction.

But don’t worry, we have solved examples for converting the percentage value to a fraction below. The examples for each type of percentage value have been resolved.

**Solved Examples**

We have solved the examples below that show how to convert a percentage to a fraction. Both cases where the percentage value is a whole number and a decimal is converted to a fraction.

**If the percentage value is a whole number**

**Example**

1. Convert 15% into a fraction.

**Solution**

The percentage value must be positioned above 100 as a first step. No matter how large a percentage number you obtain, simply keep it above 100 and then simplify or reduce the numbers to their lowest terms.

^{15}/_{100}

Now that we have the value in a **fraction**, try to simplify it in the lowest possible term. To do this, divide the denominator and numerator by 5.

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^{15}/_{100} = ^{3}/_{20}

**If the percentage value is a decimal number**

**Example**

2. Convert 87.5% into a fraction.

**Solution**

Since the % figure in this example is a decimal, the stages are slightly different. As we did in the last example, start by placing the decimal percentage value above 100.

^{87.5}/_{100}

Now that the value resembles a fraction, the next step is to multiply the numerator and denominator by 10, which will eliminate the decimal and give us a whole number.

^{87.5}/_{100} × ^{10}/_{10} = ^{875}/_{1000}

Now that we have the value in a fraction, try to simplify it in the lowest possible term. To do this, divide the denominator and numerator by 5.

^{875}/_{1000} = ^{175}/_{200}

Simplify again until we get to the lowest value by dividing the numerator and denominator by 5.

= ^{175}/_{200}^{35}/_{40}

This appears to be in the lowest term, but we can divide it by 5 to make it even more reduced term.

= ^{35}/_{40}^{7}/_{8}

**Percentage ****↔︎** Fraction Conversion Table

**↔︎**Fraction Conversion Table

Percentage | Fraction |

1% | 1/100 |

2% | 1/50 |

3% | 3/100 |

4% | 1/25 |

5% | 1/20 |

6% | 3/50 |

7% | 7/100 |

8% | 2/25 |

9% | 9/100 |

10% | 1/10 |

11% | 11/100 |

12% | 3/25 |

13% | 13/100 |

14% | 7/50 |

15% | 3/20 |

Percentage | Fraction |

25.5% | 51/200 |

50.5% | 101/200 |

75.5% | 151/200 |

100.5% | 201/200 |

125.5% | 251/200 |

150.5% | 301/200 |

175.5% | 351/200 |

200.5% | 401/200 |

225.5% | 451/200 |

250.5% | 501/200 |

275.5% | 551/200 |

300.5% | 601/200 |

325.5% | 651/200 |

350.5% | 701/200 |

375.5% | 751/200 |