What Is 25 As a Fraction?

By Staff WriterLast Updated Mar 25, 2020 9:14:49 AM ET

The integer 25 can be expressed as an infinite number of equivalent fractions of the form 25a/a, where a is any integer. For example, 25 can be expressed as the fractions 50/2 (a=2), 75/3 (a=3), or 250/10 (a=10).

The value 25 percent can also be expressed as a fraction of a whole. Considering that the term "percent" is equivalent to "per 100," 25 percent can be rewritten as "25 per 100," or, in fractional form, 25/100. Reducing this fraction to lowest terms by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 25 returns a value of 1/4. Thus, 25 percent in fractional form is 1/4.