# Percentage Calculator

Use this *Percentage Calculator* to quickly solve percentages ðŸ“Š in different perspectives. You may want to figure out an actual value derived from percentage, or get an equivalent percentage from given number or a percentage increase or decrease. Use this tool to figure these things quickly.

## How to Use The Percentage Calculator

There are three percentage calculator forms here, the first one is a percentage calculator where you need to get a definite number from the percentage of a base value. Use this form if you want to get the 4% of 10. Here's a step by step guide.

- 1. In the first input field, enter a percentage (base from example above, enter 4).
- 2. On the second input field, add the base value where you want to take the percentage from. (base from example above, enter 10)
- 3. Click the
*Calculate*button and an actual value will be displayed, in this case 0.4.

## How to Use The Percentage Equivalent Calculator

The second calculator is a percentage equivalent calculator. Use this calculator if you want to figure out the percentage when you take a defined number from a whole value. Say you want to get the percentage equivalent of 4 from the whole value of 10, here's a step by step guide.

- 1. In the first input field, enter the fraction you want to take from the whole number (*from example above, enter 4).
- 2. On the second input field, add the whole number that will act as a base or reference (*from example above, enter 10).
- 3. Click the
*Calculate*button to get the actual percentage of value taken. So the fraction value of 4 from the whole number of 10 is equivalent to 40% of the actual whole value.

## How to Use The Percentage Increase/Decrease Calculator

The last calculator is the percentage decrease calculator where you can use to quickly figure out the increase ðŸ“ˆ or decrase ðŸ“‰ of the number from the previous value. So if you want to get the percentage increase of 4 from 10, here's a step by step guide.

- 1. In the first input field, enter starting value (*from example above, enter 4).
- 2. On the second input field, enter the ending value (*from example above, enter 10).
- 3. Click the
*Calculate*button to get the actual percentage increase or decrease derived from the staring value to the ending value. So following the example above, the answer should be 150%.