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**How To Calculate Percentage Of Marks**

To Calculate The Marks Follow Our Given Steps:-

- Add The Total Number Of Every Subjects. – First Of All Sum Of Every Marks’s Subject { Example : You get 90 In English , 85 in Hindi , 71 in Maths , 55 in Science And 74 in Sst. So Add All The Marks 90+85+71+75+74 }
- After Adding Number Divide It By Total Marks of all Subjects . – {Ex. After Adding I Get 395 And Total Marks Is 500 So I Divide 395/500 .} Thats it
- And At The Last Multiply It By 100 . You Get Your percentage {In My Case I Get 79 %}\

**Note : ** If You Have 6 Subject So One Subject Is An Optional it Will Be Added in Your Low Marks Ex. If You get less marks in science and in optional you have more marks so these marks will added the place of science. {In Option Subject You Get 77 So It Replace Science And In Science You Get 77 } And Then Final Marks Is Calculated.

So Friend By Using This Method You Can Find The Percentage Of Your Marks Of Class 0 And 12th

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**Percentage Calculator Formula**

Percenatge Formula Is So Easy You Only need To Understnd Below I Given The Formaula Of Percenatage

Percentage Calculator Formula is **Total Marks / Obtained Marks *100.**

if You Want To Calculate The Percentge Of All Subjects So Add All Subject Marks and Divide It By Total Marks And Then Multiply It By 100.

## How To Calculate Percentage In Calculator

You Can Calculate The Percentage in Calculator By Using Same Formula.

To Find Percenatge In Calculate Make Sum Of All Subject and Divide It By Total No. And Then Multiply It By 100 You Get Your Percentage. Percentage Formula Is** Sum Of All Subject/Total Marks*100.**

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**Tips To Calculating Percentage of Marks**

Here’s an Easy Way to Calculate Percentages as a Science

Remember:

- 50 percent means half. To calculate 50 percent of a number, simply divide it by 2. For example, 50 percent of 26 is 26 divided by 2, or 13.
- 25 percent means a quarter. To calculate 25 percent of a number, simply divide it by 4. For example, 25 percent of 12 divides 12 by 4, or 3.
- 10 percent means one tenth. To calculate 10 percent of a number, simply divide it by 10 or move the decimal point one place to the left. For example, 10 percent of 230 is 230 divided by 10, or 23.
- 5 percent is half of 10 percent. To calculate the 5th percentile of a number, simply divide the 10th percentile of the number by 2. For example, 5 percent of 230 is divided by 23 by 2, or 11.5.

how to percentage in your mind

**So what is 15 percent of 210?**

Consider that 15 percent 5 percent is added to 10 percent. Since 10 percent of 210 is 21, and 5 percent is half that, or 10.5, then 15 percent of 21 is added to 10.5, or 31.5.

In this way, you can combine 5 percent, 10 percent, 25 percent, and 50 percent to calculate different types of percentages in your head. If you need to calculate a percentage that is not a multiple of 5, you can use this technique to estimate the answer very closely.

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**Percentage To Ratio**

To convert a ratio or fraction to a percentage, consider a fraction and convert it to a decimal number (with a calculator). This decimal number represents the quantity for a unit. Then multiply the decimal number by 100 to get the percentage.

In some cases, the numerator can be easily reduced to a denominator equal to 100 (by multiplying or dividing the numerator and denominator by the same number). Percentage is the fraction of a fraction whose denominator is equal to 100.

Examples

If 3/4 of the population smokes, to calculate the percentage of these people, we bring the ratio to the actual number and multiply by 100. Here also it is possible to multiply the numerator and denominator of 3/4. 25 to get the denominator equal to 100. We get 75% smokers.

Note: A percentage is not necessarily less than or equal to 100. The quantity considered may exceed the total.

**percentage addition and subtraction**

You can add or subtract percentages as long as they are compared against the same total.

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Examples

An employee’s salary is $1500, there has been an increase and he now earns $4000. What is the percentage increase?

Answer: (4000-1500)/1500×100∼166.66%

Examples

A man drinks from a glass and the contents go from 40 to 10 cl. What is the percentage reduction?

Answer: (40-10)/40 × 100 = 75%

percentage of a supplement

Examples

2% of the employees of a company have a green car. What percentage of the employees do not have a green car.

Answer: 100-2 = 98 so 98% employees.

**percentage of percentage**

Examples

If there are 7% women in an assembly, of which 98% are smokers. What percentage of the people in the assembly are women and smokers?

Answer: (7/100)×(98/100)×100∼6.98%

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