The percentage calculator is very easy to use. It is in a question form so you simply answer the questions with your numbers and the calculator will provide the ultimate answer.

Calculating the percentage of numbers is very simple. However, if the numbers are too long it becomes a very daunting task.

Now, everything is simple you can easily use this percentage calculator to calculate the percentage. If you don’t understand how it works, simply look at how to use it below.

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## How To Use Ultimate Percentage Calculator

The percentage calculator is very easy to use. It is in a question form so you simply answer the questions with your numbers and the calculator will provide the ultimate answer.

For instance, If you want to find **40%** of **2000**, you simply put it like this; “What is **40** % of **2000** ? “. That means you will only feed the system with **40** in the first space and **2000** in the second space and hit the “**Calculate**” button. The answer to your question will appear in the **“Answer:”** rectangle.

It means that the first lane only works if you already know the percentage of the total number you already have.

The second lane demands that you enter a number from the total number and the calculator will find what percentage of the total number it is.

**For** **Example**; Assuming you don’t know what percentage of **2000** is **800**, you will have to enter **800** in the first rectangle and **2000** in the second rectangle. So the whole scenario will sound like **800** is what percentage of **2000**?

The **Reset** button is for clearing the entire table. If you err entering your data, simply use the backspace key on your keyboard to clear just that particular error but not the entire table.

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