#### What percentage of a value does it represent ? ( % from N is ?)

You know the proportion and the value and you want to determine what the % is.

Per-cent

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#### What percentage is the initial value from the final value? (% from ? is N )

If you know the proportion and the final value and you want to determine what the % is.

Per-cent
Final value
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#### What percentage is the ratio of two numbers? ( N2 / N1 is % )

Enter the values that represent a fraction and determine the proportion.

First Number
Second Number
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#### By what per-cent did one value increase compared to another? (N1 → N2 > %)

If you know two values, one initial and one final with a positive price variation (Example: a laptop a year ago costs \$700 and now costs \$800 ). You can calculate the proportion by which the price varied.

Initial Value
Final Value
Result

#### By what percentage did one value decrease compared to another? ( N1 → N2 < % )

If you know two values, one initial and one final with a negative price variation (Example: a laptop a year ago costs \$90 and now costs \$750). You can calculate the percentage by which the price varied.

Initial Value
Final Value
Result

#### What will be the new value if it increases by a certain proportion? (N increased with %)

If you know the value and the proportion and you want to know how much it has increased (for example: If your pension is \$1135 and has increased by 5 percent).

Value
Per-Cent
Result

#### What will be the new value if it has decreased by a certain percentage? (N decreased with %)

If you know the value and the percentage and you want to know how much it has decreased (for example: If your pension is \$ 1135 and a 3 percent tax has been applied).

Value
Percentage
Result
The Percentage calculator is one of the most useful calculators to perform calculations with the percentage of a number (as a percentage), ratios, proportions and more.

To use the percentage calculator you must select from the menu the formula you want to calculate and after entering the corresponding values ​​in the input fields. You also have a description of the formula that will help you select the correct formula.

The most used formula for finding the percentages is: number × percent / 100. Consider the following example: Salary is 2100 and tax is 16%. What is the tax paid? If we apply the formula calculation percentage will result 2100 × 16/100 = 336. To abbreviate the percentage we will use the sign percentage (%).

Fractions are often evaluated as a percentage. The mathematical formula for calculating the percentage is very simple. Ex : There are 30 students in a class, 10 of whom are learning Finnish and 20 are learning German. What percentage of students learn Finnish? We have the following ratio 10/30 = 33%.
To determine the percentage, multiply by 100.

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