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## Percentage Calculator Type 1

### The example of calculation bellow:

**What is the 28 percent of 247.**

The formula is: 28/100×247=69.16% ## Percentage Calculator Type 2

### The examples of calculations bellow:

** 22 is what percent of 125.**

The formula is: 22/125×100=17.59%

## Percentage Calculator Type 3

### The example of percentage increase calculation:

** What is the percentage increase between 35% and 48%.**

The formula is: 48-35/35×100=37.14%### The example of percentage decrease calculation:

** What is the percentage decrease between 18% and 22%. **

The formula is: 22-18/18×100=22.22%### More Percentage Calculators Bellow

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not bad but need to show the work an order to explain it

Thanks for your advice!

I agree with you and we are working on the new version of online percentage calculator.

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this is ok

but when i type in my questions and the calculator shows me the answer the only thing is i dont know if it worked out the answer by decreasing or incresing so plz tell me 2 ansers one by decresing and one by increasing thx!

Thanks for your comment !

Usually if the number is decreasing you will see the “-” minus sign before the number.

But this will not work for percentage increase/decrease calculation.

For ex.:

From 18% to 35% percentage increase/decrease = 94.44% ( 35 – 18 / 18 × 100 = 94.44% )

So how to know the number is increasing or decreasing, that is very easy. If first number (the number in from field ) is small than second number (the number in to field) that is means that work out number is decreasing, otherwise increasing.

I hope this will help you.

I will think about to create separate calculations for percentage decreasing and percentage increasing.

Thanks for your advice!