Percentage calculator online

Percentage Calculator allows you to perform a variety of calculations when working with percent online. Every day we face different calculations: discounts, taxes, finances, and statistics. This calculator is designed specifically to calculate such percentages and can help you:

Percentage calculation

Round to decimal places

Find a percentage of the number

Percent
of
50


For example, when paying for a purchase of 1000 rubles, a 5% cashback will be returned to your card. Find the absolute value of the cashback:

1000 · 5 100 = 1000 · 0,05 = 50

Thus, 50 rubles will be returned to the card.

Calculate how many percent is the number X of the number Y

Number
from number
25%


For example, a car tank is designed for 52l. Currently there are 13l in the tank. We can calculate how many liters are left as a percentage.

13 52 · 100% = 0,25 · 100 = 25%

Thus, the tank of the car fits 25% of it's total volume.

Add percentage to the number

Add
% to the number
50850


For example, Ivan receives 45.000 rubles per month excluding tax. The tax in the Russian Federation is 13%. We calculate how much Ivan receives with tax.

45000 · (1 + 13 100) = 45000 · 1,13 = 50850

Thus, taking into account the tax, Ivan receives 50.850 rubles.

Subtract percentage from a number

Subtract
% of
6716


For example, a coffee machine costs 7.300 rubles. The store made an 8% discount on it. We can calculate how much the coffee machine will cost, taking into account the discount.

7300 · (1 - 8 100) = 7300 · 0,92 = 6716

Thus, a coffee machine will cost 6.716 rubles.

Find 100 percent

If
% is
then 100% will be 20


For example, Ilya transfers files from the device to the cloud. In 8 minutes, 40% of the files were sent. We can find out how long the transfer process takes:

8 · 100 40 = 5 · 2,5 = 20

We can see that the transfer process of all files takes 20 minutes.

Calculate how many percent one number is more than another

The number
is greater than
per 75%


For example, Fusilli pasta costs 140 rubles, and Barilla pasta costs 80 rubles. We can find how many percent Fusilli pasta is more expensive:

140 80 · 100 - 100 = 1,75 * 100 - 100 = 175 - 100 = 75%

Thus, Fusilli pasta is 75% more expensive than Barilla pasta.

Calculate how many percent one number is less than another

The number
is less than
per 15%


For example, freelance designer Matt earned 80.000 rubles in November, and 68.000 rubles in December. Let’s find how many percent Matt earned less in December than in November:

100 - 68000 80000 · 100 = 100 - 0,85 * 100 = 100 - 85 = 15%

Thus, in December Matt earned 15% less than in November.