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- Converting a Percentage to a Fraction with a Denominator of 100
- Finding the Percentage of a Grid that is Shaded
- Representing Benchmark Percentages on a Grid
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- Converting a Percentage to a Fraction in Simplest Form
- Converting a Fraction to a Percentage: Denominator of 4, 5, or 10
- Finding Benchmark Fractions and Percentages for a Figure
- Converting a Fraction to a Percentage: Denominator of 20, 25, or 50
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**Step 1:**

Given is a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. The number of shaded squares gives the percentage of the grid.

**Step 2:**

There are 21 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 21%.

**Step 3:**

For 21%, the closest benchmark percent is 20%

**Step 1:**

Given is a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. The number of shaded squares gives the percentage of the grid.

**Step 2:**

There are 49 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 49%.

**Step 3:**

For 49%, the closest benchmark percent is 50%

**Step 1:**

Given is a 10 × 10 grid having 100 squares. The number of shaded squares gives the percentage of the grid.

**Step 2:**

There are 41 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 41%.

**Step 3:**

For 41%, the closest benchmark percent is 40%

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**Step 2:**

There are 66 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 21%.

**Step 3:**

For 66%, the closest benchmark percent is $66\frac{2}{3}\%$

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**Step 2:**

There are 34 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 34%.

**Step 3:**

For 34%, the closest benchmark percent is $33\frac{1}{3}\%$

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**Step 2:**

There are 74 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 74%.

**Step 3:**

For 74%, the closest benchmark percent is 75%

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**Step 2:**

There are 92 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 92%.

**Step 3:**

For 92%, the closest benchmark percent is 90%

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**Step 2:**

There are 99 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 99%.

**Step 3:**

For 99%, the closest benchmark percent is 100%

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**Step 2:**

There are 24 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 24%.

**Step 3:**

For 24%, the closest benchmark percent is 25%

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**Step 2:**

There are 48 shaded squares.

So, the percent of the grid that is shaded is 48%.

**Step 3:**

For 48%, the closest benchmark percent is 50%

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