# Percentage Calculator

Effortlessly calculate percentages online with our Percentage Calculator. Instantly find percentages, discounts, and more with precision and ease.

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# Percentage Change Calculator

Please provide any two values below and click the "Calculate" button to get the third value.

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Percentage calculator:

Percentage:

In the world of math, a percentage is like a unique way to show a part of something compared to a whole, and it always involves the number 100. It's like saying, "Out of 100, this is how much we're talking about." You've probably seen it as the symbol "%." For instance, 35% is the same as saying 0.35 differently, or you can think of it as 35 out of 100.

To calculate percentages, you take a ratio and make it look like something out of 100. Let's say in a classroom, 25 out of 50 students are boys. That's a ratio of 25 out of 50, which is the same as 0.5. Now, when we multiply 0.5 by 100, we get 50. We can say that 25 boys out of 50 students means that 50% of the students in the class are boys.

Percentage Calculator:

A percentage calculator is a device that helps people figure out percentages quickly. Percentage calculators are essential in our everyday lives because they help us solve various problems involving percentages.

• Calculating Discounts: When shopping, stores often offer discounts on items; the percentage calculator helps you quickly determine how much money you'll save with a discount. For example, if an item is 20% off, the calculator can tell you the discounted price.
• Financial Percentages: You might want to calculate the interest on a loan, determine the percentage increase in your salary, or figure out how much you've saved for retirement as a percentage of your income.
• Tax Calculations: When filing taxes, you may need to calculate percentages to determine deductions, credits, or taxes owed.
• Healthy Living: People also use percentage calculators for health-related purposes, like calculating body fat percentages or tracking changes in their weight loss or fitness goals.
• Business and Economics: In business and economics, percentages are used to analyze data, such as profit margins, market share, and inflation rates. A percentage calculator can help professionals make informed decisions.

Percentage formula:

The percentage formula may look different sometimes, but it's actually a math equation with three things involved.

P X V1= V2

P stands for the percentage, V1 is the first number you want to change with the percentage, and V2 is the answer you get after using the percentage on V1. The calculator changes the percentage you put into a particular number to solve the problem. But if you want to find the percentage itself, the number you get will be the actual percentage, not the special one. For example, if you have P times 60 equals 3, you can find P like this:

P =3 / 60 = 0.05 X100 = 5%.

If you're doing this without a calculator, you need the percentage in that particular form. So, you have to multiply the answer for P by 100 to make it a percentage. That's what the calculator does, but it's good because it can work with percentages instead of the particular form.

Now, there's another formula for finding the percentage difference between two numbers. You do this by taking the difference between the two numbers, making it positive, and then dividing it by the average of the two numbers. After that, you multiply the answer by 100 to get it in percentage form.

Percentage Difference =

 |V1 - V2| (V1 + V2)/2

× 100

Manual:

Section 1: Percentage of a Number

• Enter a value in the first box. This represents the percentage you want to find.
• Enter a value in the second box. This means the total amount or number you want to calculate the percentage of.

Section 2: Common Phrases Percentage Calculator

Choose one of the common phrases provided:

• "What is [percentage]% of [number]?"
• "[Number] is what % of [number]?"
• "[Number] is [percentage]% of what?" enter the values in the respective fields.