Percentage Calculator - Quick and Easy Percentage Calculations
Welcome to our percentage calculator! This tool is designed to help you quickly and easily perform calculations involving percentages.
With our percentage calculator, you can:
Calculate the percentage of a number: For example, if you want to know what 20% of 100 is, simply enter "100" in the first field and "20" in the second field, and the calculator will show you that 20% of 100 is 20.
Calculate the percentage increase or decrease of a number: If you want to know by how much a number has increased or decreased by a certain percentage, you can use our calculator to find out. For example, if you have a number that has increased by 20%, you can enter the original number in the first field and the percentage increase in the second field to find out the new value.
Convert a percentage to a fraction or decimal: If you have a percentage that you want to express as a fraction or decimal, you can use our calculator to do the conversion for you. Simply enter the percentage in the first field, and the calculator will show you the equivalent fraction or decimal.
We hope you find our percentage calculator useful and convenient! If you have any questions or suggestions, please don't hesitate to let us know.
In addition to the features mentioned above, our percentage calculator also has the following capabilities:
Calculate the percentage of a number using two other numbers: If you have a value that represents a certain percentage of another number, you can use our calculator to find out what the percentage is. For example, if you have a number that is 50% of another number, you can enter the two numbers in the first and third fields, and the calculator will show you that the percentage is 50.
Calculate the original number from a percentage: If you have a percentage and the result of that percentage applied to a number, you can use our calculator to find out what the original number was. For example, if you have a number that is 20% of another number, and you know that the result is 60, you can enter "60" in the first field and "20" in the second field to find out that the original number was 300.
We hope these additional features will make our percentage calculator even more useful for your needs. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or suggestions. We are always happy to help!