# Percentage Calculator

Enter numbers in the forms to easily calculate percentages.

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Welcome to PercentagesCalculators.com, your go-to free % finder and online tool for effortless percentage calculations!

We understand that crunching numbers and remembering complex formulas can be daunting and time-consuming. That's why we've created a user-friendly platform that simplifies the process, allowing you to calculate percentages with ease.

Our percentage calculator caters to a wide range of needs. Whether you're calculating percentage increase or decrease, finding the percentage of a whole, or determining the percentage difference between two values, our tool provides instant and accurate results.

What is a percentage?

A percentage is a way to express a fraction or proportion of a whole value out of 100. It represents a part of a whole in terms of hundredths.

How do I calculate a percentage increase?

To calculate a percentage increase, subtract the original value from the new value. Then, divide that difference by the original value and multiply by 100 to express it as a percentage.

How do I calculate a percentage decrease?

To calculate a percentage decrease, subtract the new value from the original value. Then, divide that difference by the original value and multiply by 100 to express it as a percentage.

How do I calculate the percentage of a number?

To calculate the percentage of a number, multiply the number by the percentage value as a decimal. This gives you the fraction of the number represented by the percentage.

How do I find the original value after a percentage increase or decrease?

To find the original value after a percentage increase or decrease, divide the final value by 1 plus (or minus) the percentage as a decimal. This reverses the percentage calculation and helps you find the original value.

Remember, practice is key when learning about calculating percentages. The more you work with different examples and scenarios, the more comfortable you will become with percentage calculations.