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10 percent off calculator

How to calculate 10 % off any number. How to figure out percentages off a price.

If you are looking for a Percentage Calculator, please click here.

Inputs

Original Price of the Item: \$
Discount Percent (% off): %

Results

Amount Saved (Discount): \$
Sale / Discounted Price: \$

Using this calculator you can find the discount value and the discounted price of an item. It is helpfull to answer questions like:

• 1) What is 10 percent (%) off \$one hundred?
• 2) How much will you pay for an item where the original price before discount is \$ one hundred when discounted 10 percent (%)? What is the final or sale price?
• 3) \$10 is what percent off \$100?
• See how to solve these questions just after the Percent-off Calculator (or Discount) below.

how to work out discounts - Step by Step

To calculate discount it is ease by using the following equations:

• Amount Saved = Orig. Price x Discount % / 100 (a)
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• Sale Price = Orig. Price - Amount Saved (b)

Now, let's solve the questions stated above:

1) What is 10 percent off \$100? Find the amount of discount.

Suppose you have a Kohls coupon of \$100 and you want to know how much you will save for an item if the discount is 10.

Solution:

Replacing the given values in formula (a) we have:

Amount Saved = Original Price x Discount in Percent / 100. So,

Amount Saved = 100 x 10 / 100
Amount Saved = 1000 / 100
Amount Saved = \$10 (answer).

In other words, a 10% discount for a item with original price of \$100 is equal to \$10 (Amount Saved).

Note that to find the amount saved, just multiply it by the percentage and divide by 100.

2) How much to pay for an item of \$100 when discounted 10 percent (%)? What is item's sale price?

Suppose you have a L.L. Bean coupon of \$100 and you want to know the final or sale price if the discount is 10 percent.

Using the formula (b) and replacing the given values:

Sale Price = Original Price - Amount Saved. So,

Sale Price = 100 - 10

Sale Price = \$90 (answer).

This means the cost of the item to you is \$90.

You will pay \$90 for a item with original price of \$100 when discounted 10%.

In this example, if you buy an item at \$100 with 10% discount, you will pay 100 - 10 = \$90.

3) 10 is what percent off \$100?

Using the formula (b) and replacing given values:

Amount Saved = Original Price x Discount in Percent /100. So,

10 = 100 x Discount in Percent / 100
10 / 100 = Discount in Percent /100
100 x 10 / 100 = Discount in Percent
1000 / 100 = Discount in Percent, or

Discount in Percent = 10 (answer).

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