How do I Subtract a Percentage from a Price?


To get a percentage form a price, you would multiply the price by the percentage. Let's take $5 and it's marked down 25 percent. You would multiply 5 by .25 and the answer is 1.25. Subtract $1.25 from $5 and the result would be $3.75.
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1. Convert the percentage you want to add or subtract to a decimal. For example, 60 percent in decimal form is equal to .60. 2. Multiply the amount to add or subtract to by the decimal
= [Cell]*(1-x%) e.g. = A1*(1-15%)
It is very easy. Let the price of a commodity be $50 and you want to subtract 20% from it. Calculate what is 20%of $50. 20% of$50. =0.20*50. =10. Now subtract this $10 from $50 and
The formula to put in cell B1 should be: =A1*(1-C1) Embed Quote
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Say an example as 25% - 20%
25% = 25/100 and 20%=20/100
so 25/100-20/100 = 5/100 = 5%.
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