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You have a 25 percent off coupon. The item you want to buy is $129.99. How much money will the coupon save you? What is the cost of the item after using the ...

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How to add or subtract percentages. If your calculator does not have a percent key and you want to add a percentage to a number multiply that number by 1 plus  ...

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You can either subtract first and then multiply, or you can multiply first and then ... In order to do this, you first need to turn the percent into a fraction by putting the ...

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Dec 31, 2008 ... Subtract percents by determining the original value and multiplying it by the specific percentage, before subtracting that value from the overall ...

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There are a couple of methods you can use to subtract percentages. You can calculate the percentage value and then subtract it from the total, or you may ...

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Aug 20, 2014 ... The first step is to add or subtract your percentage to or from 100%. If you are doing an increase add it to 100 and a decrease subtract it from ...

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To subtract a percentage from a price, convert the percentage into a decimal and multiply the decimal by the price. The answer is the amount to subtract from the ...

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How to Subtract Percentages in Math. To subtract a percent from a percent, simply ignore the percent sign and subtract the numbers as if they were whole ...

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How do I subtract a certain amount of % on paper instead of a caculator? For example, 7000-2.25%

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Is something on sale, advertised at "so much" percent off? How much is it going to cost? This page will show you how to find out.