Do you want to convert decimals to percentages but find the process a little confusing? Have no fear—we've got you covered with an easy-to-follow guide that will make the conversion a snap.

Let's work on a particular example, which is to convert the decimal 50 to a percentage.

Firstly, let us ascertain our variables:

- $a$ represents the decimal value we want to convert. In this case, $a=50$.
- $b$ represents the scale factor to convert a decimal to a percent. As we know, to convert a decimal to a percent, we multiply by 100. So, $b=100$.

Knowing our values now allows us to apply the conversion formula.:

$a\times b=x$

Or, more simply:

$x=a\times b$

With our formula in hand, let's plug in our values:

$x=50\times 100$

After doing the multiplication, we find:

$x=5000$

Therefore, a scale factor of 100 means that the decimal 50, when transformed to a percent, equals 5000.

While converting decimals to percentages can initially look difficult, it's actually quite easy if you know how to do it and have a basic formula. Just keep in mind that the conversion requires multiplying the decimal by 100.

There you have it, then! You'll be prepared to handle every decimal-to-percent conversion that comes your way with this detailed instruction. Cheers to your calculations!

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