Please correct my sentence grammatically.

We need to choose such a digit, when we multiply the denominator with the result shall come 100.

For instance 10*10=100

Divide 100 by the denominator. Multiply the result by the numerator. This is the percentage.

Express 14/50 as a percentage.

100 divided by 50 is 2.

2 times 14 is 28.

28 is the percentage.

Therefore 14/50 = 28%

CJ

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I can't tell what you mean. A digit is one of the ten symbols in the base ten number system, 0 to 9. A denominator is the bottom numer in a fraction, like the 4 in 1/4. We don't multiply one number "with" another but "by" it. Please try again.

anonymousWe need to choose such a number, when we multiply the denominator by result shall come 100.

This is what I said while explaining a math problem.

I attached the picture, please refer to the problem no 2.

Liton DasThank you. I see. Try "We need to choose a number such that the denominator becomes 100 when multiplied by it." There is more to the conversion, of course. Do you want the whole description of the procedure?

anonymousWhole description of the procedure yes of course it would be better for my learning perspective.

What if I say.

We need to choose such a number, which we multiply the denominator by the result shall come 100.

We need to choose such a number that the result comes 100 when gets multiplied by it.

Is there any other way to say it or better ways?

Liton DasNo. "Come 100" does not work.

I already told you. "We need to choose a number such that the denominator becomes 100 when multiplied by it."

The whole procedure might go "We need to choose a number such that the denominator becomes 100 when multiplied by it. Multiply the numerator by that number, and the product of that multiplication is the fraction expressed as a percentage."

anonymousThanks for the descriptive procedure thanks a lot.

Please review the below sentence.

We need to choose such a number that when we multiply the denominator by it, it should become 100.

Liton Das