e.g. 6% of 2000.

Divide by 100 to get 20, then multiply by 6 to get 120.

oh yeh btw, so if for example say 12% of 2000 would that be 0.12x2000=240? ive just tryed it out and thts the answer, so if its a single number you would have to put 0.01 or 2 ect... and if its 2 numbers it would have to be 0.12 or 0.13 ect?

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Hey, you don't have an "Edited by...." under your post.

[Nor do you. Oh, the joys of being a mod. ~mathsy]

]]>Just multiply this by the number you want the percentage of.

2000(.06) = 120

]]>So, 6% is 6/100 = 0.06

To find 6% of 2000, just do 0.06 x 2000 = 120.

[Hehe, I beat you by 2 seconds, irspow!]

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