G-2: Fraction/Decimal/Percent Conversions

Guided Practice:

For each shape below, state the fraction, decimal, and percent that represents the portion of the shape that is shaded in.  Assume that any polygons that appear regular are regular, and assume that any shapes that appear to be congruent are congruent.

You may round any non-terminating decimal to the hundredths place (2 decimal places).

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Practice Problems:

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