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 1BEAUTIFULDAY1 Posts: 410 8/6/10 7:45 A Thank you, appreciate it. Later
 STORMY724 Posts: 4,925 8/6/10 1:43 A Copy and paste this into a word-processing document. Print it and post it in your kitchen. Typical measurements are .25 (1/4); .33 (1/3); .5 (1/2); .67 (2/3); and .75 (3/4) .1 = 10/100 (or 1/10) or 10% .2 = 20/100 (or 2/10 or 1/5) or 20% .25 = 25/100 (or 1/4) or 25% .3 = 30/100 (or 3/10) or 30% .33 = 33/100 (or 1/3) or 33.33% .4 = 40/100 (or reduced to 4/10 or 2/5) or 40% .5 = 50/100 (or 5/10 or 1/2) or 50% .6 = 60/100 (or 6/10 or 3/5) or 60% .66 = 67?100 (or 2/3) or 66.67% .7 = 70/100 (or 7/10) or 70% .75 = 75/100 (or 3/4) or 75% .8 = 80/100 or 8/10 or 4/5) or 80% .9 = 90/100 (or 9/10) or 90% 1 = 100/100 (or 1/1) or 100%
 LUANN_IN_PA SparkPoints: (169,763) Fitness Minutes: (83,003) Posts: 20,270 8/5/10 10:39 P well then.... 3/4 is .75 (just in case that comes up for you!)
 1BEAUTIFULDAY1 Posts: 410 8/5/10 10:20 P Yeah Luaan, you have saved me again. I am not good at decimals. just regular 1/4 1/2 3/4 and 1 Terrible huh? Later
 LUANN_IN_PA SparkPoints: (169,763) Fitness Minutes: (83,003) Posts: 20,270 8/5/10 10:18 P .25 is a quarter .50 is half .6 of anything is around 2/3 Basic decimals!
 1BEAUTIFULDAY1 Posts: 410 8/5/10 9:37 P Okay, what the heck is 0.2 cup of yellow sweet corn/can, and 0.5 tbsp peanut butter, 0.6 cup whole wheat spaghetti, 0.5 chicken breast no skin, 0.6 cup black beans??????? etc. On food plan menus. Can't follow that Thanks, 1beautifulday1
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