 Percentage Calculator (Increase Decrease Online Calculator)

# Percentage Calculator

by Rapidtools Calculating Percentage is one of the basic and core of Mathematics which has wide use in the real world. Everyday millions of calculations are done some on calculator, some on paper and interestingly most in mind From the space shuttle to a single watch, without mathematics it wont be possible at all. The whole computer system is built on Zero and One. Every single day we use percentage calculation. Following is a tool for calculating percentage, increase in percentage and decrease in percentage. So all in one a percentage calculator formula

## Formula to Calculate Percentage

The Percentage Formula is given as,

Percentage = (Value ⁄ Total Value) × 100

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### What is Percentage?

The term 'percent' signifies 'out of a hundred'. In arithmetic, rates use like divisions and decimals, to depict portions of a whole. At the point when you are utilizing rates, the entire view as comprised of a hundred equal parts. The image % implies to show that a number is a rate.

### Percentage Calculator :-

This percentage tool lets you do a straightforward count: what percent of X is Y? The calculator is simple. You have to fill the required fields. And the result field will show the calculated percentage for you. This method will allow you to solve and get the exact percentage of any two numbers. And also what number is how much of the other given number’s percentage. The calculator is completely accurate. This tool will save you time and make your work easy and fast.

Percentage as Decimals and Fractions:- One percent is one-hundredth of an entirety. It can so compose as both a decimal and a part. To write percentage as fraction, divide by 100.

Example: half becomes 0.5, 70% becomes 0.7, 9% becomes 0.09, etc.

The best method to find the percentage. Half is equal to 50%, so 50% of 50 is 25. The decimal of half is 0.5 as half is (1/2). So another method of discovering 50% of 50 is to state 0.5 × 50 = 25. Thus Half = (1/2) = 50% = 0.5

30% of 150 is equal to stating 0.3 × 150, which rises to 45.
13.5% of 200 = 200 × 0.135, which approaches 27.
Example:
Harry's pay increment above was 10% of \$30,000.
\$30,000 × 0.1 = \$3000. The change from decimal to rate is the converse estimation: increase your decimal by 100. 0.5 = half

0.895 = 89.5%

half = 50/100 = 5/10 = ½
90% = 90/100 = 9/10
60% = 60/100 = 6/10 = 2/5
Percentage Change (decrease and increase) :-
Percentage change from y1 to y2 calculate the formula:
percentage change = 100% × (y2 - y1) / y1
If we have the percentage increase, then the result is positive.
Example:
Percentage change from 40 to 60 (increase).
100% × (60 - 40) / 40 = 50%
If we have the percentage decrease, then the result is negative.

Example:
Percentage change from 60 to 40 (decrease).
100% × (40 - 60) / 60 = -33.33%

Calculation of Values :-

Percentage Calculation of Two Numbers :-
What is 40 % of \$160 ?
Multiply 40% by \$160 :
40% is (40/100)
(40/100) * 160 = 0.4 * 160 = \$64.

Percentage calculation :-
\$220 is what percent of \$2000?
\$220 divided by \$2000 and multiplied by 100%:
(\$220 / \$2000) × 100% = 11%

Whole value calculation :- \$10 is 20% of what?
\$10 divided by 20%:
\$10 / 20% = (\$10 / 20) × 100 = \$50

Percentage change calculation :-
What is the percentage change from \$100 to \$120?
The difference between \$100 and \$120 divided by \$100 and multiplied by 100%: [(\$120 - \$100) / \$100] × 100% = 0.2 × 100% = 20%