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**Step 1:**

$\frac{9}{20}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 5

$\frac{9}{20} = (9 \times 5) \div (20 \times 5) = \frac{45}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{9}{20} = \frac{45}{100}$ = 45%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{12}{25}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 4

$\frac{12}{25} = (12 \times 4) \div (25 \times 4) = \frac{48}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{12}{25} = \frac{48}{100}$ = 48%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{23}{50}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 2

$\frac{23}{50} = (23 \times 2) \div (50 \times 2) = \frac{46}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{23}{50} = \frac{46}{100}$ = 46%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{11}{20}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 5

$\frac{11}{20} = (11 \times 5) \div (20 \times 5) = \frac{55}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{11}{20} = \frac{55}{100}$ = 55%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{17}{25}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 4

$\frac{17}{25} = (17 \times 4) \div (25 \times 4) = \frac{68}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{17}{25} = \frac{68}{100} = 68%$

**Step 1:**

$\frac{33}{50}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 2

$\frac{33}{50} = (33 \times 2) \div (50 \times 2) = \frac{66}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{33}{50} = \frac{66}{100}$ = 66%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{19}{20}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 5

$\frac{19}{20} = (19 \times 5) \div (20 \times 5) = \frac{95}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{19}{20} = \frac{95}{100}$ = 95%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{18}{25}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 4

$\frac{18}{25} = (18 \times 4) \div (25 \times 4) = \frac{72}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{18}{25} = \frac{72}{100}$ = 72%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{41}{50}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 2

$\frac{41}{50} = (41 \times 2) \div (50 \times 2) = \frac{82}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{41}{50} = \frac{82}{100}$ = 82%

**Step 1:**

$\frac{17}{20}$ is made into a fraction with denominator of 100.

**Step 2:**

Multiply and divide the fraction by 5

$\frac{17}{20} = (17 \times 5) \div (20 \times 5) = \frac{85}{100}$

**Step 3:**

Writing this fraction as a percentage

By definition, $\frac{17}{20} = \frac{85}{100}$ = 85%

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