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* Substituting Values In Formula,*

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100 |

... is X % of Y.

Value Of X = ...

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... is X % of Y.

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X is ... % of Y.

Original Amount = ...

New Amount = ...

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Original Amount |

New Amount | - | Original Amount | = | Increased Amount |

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Original Amount |

Percentage Change = ... % Increased.

Original Amount = ...

New Amount = ...

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Original Amount |

Original Amount | - | New Amount | = | Decreased Amount |

Decreased Amount | |||||

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Original Amount |

Percentage Change = ... % decreased.

First value = ...

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Percentage Difference between ... and ... is .....

Well, there are lots of ways you can calculate the percentage a few of them as follows:

Let's look at them one by one in detail.

The most used common Phrases to calculate percentages are What is X% of Y? and X is what % of Y?.

Let's look at them one by one.

Here, 23 is X, and 499 is Y.

Formula,

Value of X | ||||

Value of Y | × | = | Answer | |

100 |

[Here we are converting a value of X into a decimal, therefore we are dividing X by 100 to convert percentage into a decimal. ]

23 | ||||

499 | × | = | 90 | |

100 |

23 % of 499 is 90.

Alex brought a new car. He got an 8 % discount and the car price before the discount was $40,000. Now he wanted to know the discounted price.

Here, What is 8% of $40,000?

x = 8% & Y = 40,000

Value of X | ||||

Value of Y | × | = | Answer | |

100 |

Substituting Values In Formula,

8 | ||||

40,000 | × | = | 3200 | |

100 |

8% of $40,000 is $ 3200.

Hence, Alex got 8 % discount i.e $ 3200 off.

Question | Answer |
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5 % of 20? | 1 |

40% of 20? | 8 |

60% of 20? | 12 |

80% of 20? | 16 |

20% of 40? | 8 |

60% of 40? | 24 |

80% of 40? | 32 |

40% of 50? | 20 |

60% of 50? | 30 |

5% of 60? | 3 |

10% of 60? | 6 |

20% of 60? | 12 |

40% of 60? | 24 |

20% of 90? | 18 |

1% Of 100? | 1 |

5% Of 100? | 5 |

10% Of 100? | 10 |

20% of 100? | 20 |

60% Of 100? | 60 |

10% of 150? | 15 |

1% Of 200? | 2 |

23% Of 200? | 46 |

20% of 900? | 180 |

what is 10% of 40? | 4 |

1 percent of 1 million? | 10000 |

1 percent of 1 billion? | 10000000 |

1 percent of 7.7 billion? | 77000000 |

5% of 1 billion? | 50000000 |

0.5% of 7.8 billion? | 39000000 |

Formula,

Value of X | |||||

× | 100 | = | Answer | % | |

Value of Y |

35 | |||||

× | 100 | = | 35 | % | |

100 |

Mike went to buy a bicycle. He saw the board of $100 off on each bicycle. Each bicycle worth $2999 before the discount. Now Mike wants to know how much percent off on each bicycle.

Here, $100 is what percent of $2999?

X= 100 and Y = 2999

Value of X | |||||

× | 100 | = | Answer | % | |

Value of Y |

100 | |||||

× | 100 | = | 3.33 | % | |

2999 |

Mike will get 3.33% off.

Percentage Change Calculator is used to know the number of percentage changes (increase or decrease).

If you have $100 in a pocket and someone gives you $100. Now you have $200 in total. Therefore 100% change in amount.

Now bruce wanted to know the amount of percent increased in his salary.

Here, Original Amount = $5000, New amount = $5400

Formula,

Increased Amount | |||||

× | 100 | = | Ans | % | |

Original Amount |

Increased Amount = New Amount - Original Amount

5400 | - | 5000 | = | 400 |

400 | |||||

× | 100 | = | 8 | % | |

5000 |

Bruce's salary increased by 8%

You can calculate New amount - Original Amount directly in the formula. Now the formula becomes,

New Amount - Original Amount | |||||

× | 100 | = | Ans | % | |

Original Amount |

Where New amount - Original Amount = Increased Amount

Example: Sam scored 89% last year. This year sam scored 85%. Now sam wanted to know the amount of percent decreased.

Original Amount = 89

New amount = 85

Formula,

Decreased Amount | |||||

× | 100 | = | Ans | % | |

Original Amount |

Decreased Amount = Original Amount - New Amount

89 | - | 85 | = | 4 |

4 | |||||

× | 100 | = | 4.49 | % | |

89 |

Sam's percentage decreased by 4.49%

You can calculate New amount - Original Amount directly in the formula. Now the formula becomes,

Original Amount - New Amount | |||||

× | 100 | = | Ans | % | |

Original Amount |

Where Original amount - New Amount = Decreased Amount

The Percentage Difference Calculator is used to find the percentage difference between two numbers. Percentage Difference Calculator does not need an order of numbers because we taking the difference between two numbers in the mod ( Mod means if the difference between two numbers comes -ve, it will be considered as +ve) and dividing it with the average of two numbers.

First value= 75

Second value= 48

Formula,

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First value | - | Second value | | |
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x | 100 | ||||||||

First value | + | Second value | |||||||

2 |

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75 | - | 48 | | |
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x | 100 | ||||||||

75 | + | 48 | |||||||

2 |

27 | |||||

x | 100 | = | 43.90 | % | |

61.50 |

Percentage Difference between 75 and 48 is 43.90%

| 75-48 | =27

75 - 48 is in Mod, therefore if subtraction comes -ve value, we will eliminate the -ve sign and consider value as +ve (Absolute value).

Percentage Difference Calculator does not need an order of numbers.

Example 1 find Percentage Difference between 76 and 98 and

Example 2 find Percentage Difference between 98 and 76.

The answer to these two examples will be the same i.e 25.28 (You can try).

**Tip :**Press **Tab** to switch cell and press **Enter** to calculate.

**Tip :**Press **Enter** to calculate.