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**Step 1:**

$\frac{1}{4}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 25

$\frac{1}{4} = (1 \times 25) \div (4 \times 25) = \frac{25}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{1}{4} = \frac{25}{100}$ = 25%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{4}{5}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 20

$\frac{4}{5} = (4 \times 20) \div (5 \times 20) = \frac{80}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{4}{5} = \frac{80}{100}$ = 80%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{1}{10}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 10

$\frac{1}{10} = (1 \times 10) \div (10 \times 10) = \frac{10}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{1}{10} = \frac{10}{100}$ = 10%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{3}{4}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 25

$\frac{3}{4} = (3 \times 25) \div (4 \times 25) = \frac{75}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{3}{4} = \frac{75}{100}$ = 75%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{2}{5}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 20

$\frac{2}{5} = (2 \times 20) \div (5 \times 20) = \frac{40}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{2}{5} = \frac{40}{100}$ = 40%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{3}{10}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 10

$\frac{3}{10} = (3 \times 10) \div (10 \times 10) = \frac{30}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{3}{10} = \frac{30}{100}$ = 30%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{5}{4}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 25

$\frac{5}{4} = (5 \times 25) \div (4 \times 25) = \frac{125}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition $\frac{5}{4} = \frac{125}{100}$ = 125%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{3}{5}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 20

$\frac{3}{5} = (3 \times 20) \div (5 \times 20) = \frac{60}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{3}{5} = \frac{60}{100}$ = 60%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{7}{10}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 10

$\frac{7}{10} = (7 \times 10) \div (10 \times 10) = \frac{70}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{7}{10} = \frac{70}{100}$ = 70%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{11}{10}$ is made into a fraction with 100 as denominator.

**Step 2:**

We multiply and divide the fraction by 10

$\frac{11}{10} = (11 \times 10) \div (10 \times 10) = \frac{110}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{11}{10} = \frac{110}{100}$ = 110%

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