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This calculator is a free online math tool that **solves eight types of percentage problems**.
Just input the values into the sentence that best describes the problem involving percentages, and the calculator will generate
a step-by-step solution.

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EXAMPLES

example 1:ex 1:

Find 45% of 120.

example 2:ex 2:

What is 45% of 60 %

example 3:ex 3:

150 is what percent of 400?

example 4:ex 4:

What is the percentage increase from to 50 to 75?

example 5:ex 5:

The student received a 60% on a maths exam that included 20 problems.
How many problems did the student properly answer on this test?

example 6:ex 6:

The whale population numbers 140 pairs. If the number of pairs increases by 8%, how many pairs will there be altogether?

example 7:ex 7:

The workforce at a corporation decreased from 40 to 29 personnel. What is the **percentage decrease** in the number of employees?

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TUTORIAL

This calculator solves eight different types of percenatge problems. We will use some examples to show each type.

**Example:**What is 40% of 60?

**Step1:** Change the word **of** to multiplication sign.

40% of 60 = 40% * 60

**Step2:** Change 40% to decimal number by dividing 40% by 100 [40% = 40/100 = 0.4]

40% * 60 = 0.4 * 60 = 24

**Example:** 16 is what percent of 40?

**Step1:** Translate the words into an equation

16 | is | what percent | of | 40 |

16 | = | x | $ \cdot $ | 40 |

**Step2:** Solve for $ x $

**Step3: **Multiply **x** by **100%** to convert the result to a percentage.

**Example:** Mark’s hourly salary is \$15. What is the percentage increase in the salary if it is raised to \$18?

To solve this problem, we apply the **percentage increase formula**:

After putting the initial amount to 15 and the final amount to 18, we get:

$$ \begin{aligned} \text{% increase} &= \dfrac{ 18 - 15 }{ 15 } \times 100 = \\[1.2em] &= \dfrac{ 3 }{ 15 } \times 100 = \\[1.2em] &= 0.2 \times 100 = \\[1.2em] & = 20 \% \end{aligned} $$**Example:** The workforce at a corporation decreased from 135 to 110 personnel. What is the
percentage decrease in the number of employees?

To solve this problem we use **percentage decrease formula**:

After putting the initial amount to 135 and final amount to 110 we get:

$$ \begin{aligned} \text{% increase} &= \dfrac{ 135 - 110 }{ 135 } \times 100 = \\[1.2em] &= \dfrac{ 25 }{ 135 } \times 100 = \\[1.2em] &= 0.185 \times 100 = \\[1.2em] & = 18.5 \% \end{aligned} $$**Example:** What percent of 80 is 25?

**Step1:** Translate the words into an equation

What percent | of | 80 | is | 25 |

x | $\cdot$ | 80 | = | 25 |

**Step2:** Solve for $ x $

**Step3:** Express $ x $ as a percentage by multiplying the result by 100%.

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