# Calculate percent in different ways

Calculate percentage in four different ways. Start by choosing what type of percent calculation you want to perform in the scroll-down list below. It will provide you with examples of the types of calculations you can do.

### Percentage change when First Number becomes Second Number

You can use this calculation to calculate
• How much your salary has increased (enter old salary as First Number and new salary as Second Number)
• How much the value of your car has decreased (enter old value as First Number and the new value as Second Number)

### How much First Number is, in percent, of Second Number

You can use this calculation to calculate
• How much of your salary money (Second Number) do you spend on your rent (First Number)
• How many shots on a target that hit the target (enter total number of shots as Second Number and the number of shots that hit the target as First Number

### The new value if First Number is changed with Second Number %

You can use this calculation to calculate
• How much your salary (First Number) will be if you increase it with 20% (Second Number)
• How much your funds are worth if the value has decreased with 10% (enter old value as First Number and the decrease as -10 in Second Number)
• How much does the sweater cost that usually costs \$60 if it has a 30% discount (enter 600 as First Number and -30 as Second Number)

### How much First Number is (as percent) of Second number

You can use this calculation to calculate
• How much more money you will add to your bank account if you have \$1000 in the account (Second Number) and the yearly interest rate is 5% (first number)
• How many centiliters of a can (33 cl) of 4% beer that is alcohol (enter 4 as First Number and 33 as Second Number)

## Examples on this calculation (use the scroll-down list to see other examples)

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#### Bugs & Fixes

This calculation was last reviewed or fixed: 2016/08/11

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