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Fractions and percentages
Reading out percentages & fractions
|fifty-five per cent|
|a hundred per cent |
one hundred per cent
|two hundred per cent |
|British & American English |
|three hundred and sixty-five per cent (British English) |
three hundred sixty-five per cent (American English)
|four point two five per cent |
|four point oh two five per cent|
|a seventh |
You can also use 'one' for precise maths results :
1/10: one seventh / one eighth.
But now from 1/11 onwards : ALWAYS 'one': 1/12 = one twelfth
|a half / one half |
a quarter / one quarter
3) More examples
|two thirds |
How would you read these results out?
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