If the price is discounted from the value, divide the difference by the value and multiply the result by 100%.

Example

An article valued at $30 is discounted to a price of $27.

The discount percentage is $3/$30*100% = 10%.

If the price is discounted from the value, divide the difference by the value and multiply the result by 100%.

Example

An article valued at $30 is discounted to a price of $27.

The discount percentage is $3/$30*100% = 10%.

If the price is discounted from the value, divide the difference by the value and multiply the result by 100%.

Example

An article valued at $30 is discounted to a price of $27.

The discount percentage is $3/$30*100% = 10%.

*emphasized text*78 divided by 100 = 0.78

60 divided by 0.78 = 76.9230769

The percentage decrease here would be 23.18% to 2 decimal places

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