Do you know the process of converting decimals to percent? In this Numerical Reasoning tutorial, we will be learning about that process. First of all, “percent” means “per 100” so **Multiply the Decimal Number by 100**, and put the “%” sign so people know it’s per 100. I know it’s kinda hard at the start but learning this kind of conversion will increase your chances of passing the Numerical Reasoning part of the Civil Service Exam. Why? Because there are many CSE questions that require you to compute numbers and converting decimals to percent is some of them.

Just like any other Math tutorial, all you have to do is stay calm and understand each step. That being said, this reviewer will tackle the process of changing decimals to percent, (and vice-versa for some added tips) give you a set of exercises, and then reveal the answer keys at the end. This tutorial will be very easy as long as you focus on every step. Shall we begin?

So let’s start with the decimal 0.15. To convert it to percent, you can multiply it by a hundred. You do remember **how to multiply decimals**, right?

0.15 x 100 = 15%

There is a second method of converting decimal to percent and it is also easy. To get the percentage, you can move the decimal places to the right. Check out the example below:

**From decimal:**

0.123

**Don’t forget the “%” sign:**

** **12.3%

But what if you encounter a decimal that has only two digits? Let’s set 0.4 as an example. You will still move the decimal point two places to the right to convert it to percent.

Now, remove the decimal point and replace it with the percent (%) sign and you have your percentage.

40%

So there you have it, that is how easy converting decimals to percent is. And if you reverse the process, you will find out that converting percent to decimal is just as easy. In case you still need an explanation for changing decimal to percent, here’s a video tutorial that you can watch.

### Converting Decimals to Percent Exercises

Here are the exercises for changing decimals into percent. After reading the tutorial above, I’m sure you will have an easy time with this quiz. Write your answers on a sheet of paper so you can check them later.

**1.** 9.22 = ?

**2.** 0.62 = ?

**3.** 4.22 = ?

**4.** 3.07 = ?

**5.** 7.76 = ?

**6.** 5.51 = ?

**7.** 5.6 = ?

**8.** 0.99 = ?

**9.** 5.72 = ?

**10.** 0.36 = ?

**11.** 0.89 = ?

**12.** 0.09 = ?

**13.** 0.7 = ?

**14.** 0.28 = ?

**15.** 0.73 = ?

**16.** 0.26 = ?

**17.** 0.86 = ?

**18.** 0.74 = ?

**19.** 2.38 = ?

**20.** 6.81 = ?

Once done with converting decimals to percent questions, you can click on any of the buttons below to see the answers.

So were you able to get all the correct answers in this Civil Service Exam exercise? If yes, then you are on the right track. Now that you know the easy process of converting decimals to percent, you should also **learn to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers**.