# Missing Values

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet is where students are tasked with filling in missing values in a table that correlates fractions, decimals, and percentages. Each row of the table contains one of these three numerical forms, with the other two left blank for the student to complete. The provided values are mixed, meaning students might be given a fraction and asked to find the equivalent decimal and percentage, or vice versa. The purpose of the worksheet is to facilitate the practice of converting between these different numerical representations, a key skill in mathematics education.

The worksheet is designed to teach students the interrelationships between fractions, decimals, and percentages. By working through the conversions, students reinforce their understanding of how to express a single numerical value in three different forms, depending on the context. This skill is essential for interpreting data, understanding probability, and solving real-world problems involving calculations of parts of a whole. The exercise also helps to build computational fluency and enhances students’ number sense by providing practice in recognizing equivalent values across fractions, decimals, and percentages.