Get accurate percentage results in a flash with our automatic Percentage Calculator! No manual calculations needed. Copy function included.

Choose your calculation

**1. Choose Your Calculation Type:**

- At the top of the calculator, you will see several options, each representing a different type of percentage calculation.
- Click on the option that best describes the calculation you want to perform. The selected option will be highlighted with a gradient border.

**2. Enter Your Values:**

- Below the selected calculation type, you will find input fields where you can enter your values.
- Each field will have a label indicating what value should be entered, such as "Part value," "Total value," "Percentage," etc.
- Click on the input field and type in your values. Ensure that you enter numeric values only.

**3. View Your Results:**

- Once you enter the necessary values, the calculator will automatically compute the result.
- The result will be displayed below the input fields, along with a brief explanation of what the result means.

**4. Copy the Result:**

- If you need to save the result for later use, click the "Copy" button located below the result.
- This will copy the result to your clipboard, allowing you to paste it wherever needed.

Our main percentage calculator is capable of performing the majority of basic percentage calculations. We understand that some users may require a more specific tool, which is why we have created additional calculators to address these needs. In most cases, you can obtain the same answer with our main calculator; however, we strive to make math-related tasks as effortless as possible for our users. Please take a look at our specialized percentage calculators below and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any ideas for new ones.

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Part Value = (Percentage / 100) * Total Value

To find a specific part value that represents a given percentage of the total value, multiply the percentage (as a decimal) by the total value.

If you want to find 25% of 200:

Part Value = (25 / 100) * 200 = 50

Percentage = (Part Value / Total Value) * 100

To determine what percentage a part value is of the total value, divide the part value by the total value and multiply by 100.

If you have 50 and want to know what percentage it is of 200:

Percentage = (50 / 200) * 100 = 25%

Total Value = (Part Value / Percentage) * 100

To find the total value when you know a part value and its corresponding percentage, divide the part value by the percentage (as a decimal) and multiply by 100.

If 50 is 25% of the total value:

Total Value = (50 / 25) * 100 = 200

Increase Percentage = ((New Value - Old Value) / Old Value) * 100

To find the percentage increase from an old value to a new value, subtract the old value from the new value, divide by the old value, and multiply by 100.

If a value increased from 100 to 150:

Increase Percentage = ((150 - 100) / 100) * 100 = 50%

Decrease Percentage = ((Old Value - New Value) / Old Value) * 100

To find the percentage decrease from an old value to a new value, subtract the new value from the old value, divide by the old value, and multiply by 100.

If a value decreased from 100 to 75:

Decrease Percentage = ((100 - 75) / 100) * 100 = 25%

Percentage = (Part Value / Total Value) * 100

To find out what percentage one number is of another, divide the part value by the total value and multiply by 100.

If you want to know what percentage 50 is of 200:

Percentage = (50 / 200) * 100 = 25%