## Calculate discount

Discounts can be calculated in different ways, depending on whether the discount is given as a percentage or as an absolute amount.

### Calculate the discount as a percentage:

- Determine the original price of the product or service.
- Determine the percentage of the discount that is offered. For example: 25% discount.
- Use the formula: original price x (discount percentage / 100) = discount amount
- Subtract the discount amount from the original price to get the final price.

Further details and formulas for calculating the discount can be found at gut-erklaert.de.

### Calculate the discount as an absolute amount:

- Determine the original price of the product or service.
- Determine the absolute amount of the discount offered. For example: 10 € discount.
- Subtract the absolute discount amount from the original price to obtain the final price.

**Examples**: A product with an original price of €100 is offered with a 25% discount.

- Calculation
**of the discount**: 100 € x (25/100) = 25 € - Calculation
**of the** final price: 100 € - 25 € = 75 €

It is important to note that there are different types of discounts, such as cash discounts, quantity discounts and graduated prices. It is therefore always important to know the exact terms and conditions of the discount before calculating the final price.

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## Percentage calculation

Percentage calculation is an important part of everyday life and mathematics. It is important to understand the basics of percentages in order to be able to use the many applications in finance, business, science and everyday life effectively. Percent means "per 100". A percent (%) is a fraction of 100. For example, 25% is exactly equal to 25/100 or 0.25.

Percentage calculation is used to show changes in relation to a total amount. For example, you can say that the price of a product has increased by 20%, which means that the new price is 20/100 or 0.2 times higher than the original price. Percentage calculation can also be used to calculate the percentage of a number in relation to another number. For example, you can calculate the percentage of students who have achieved a certain grade compared to the total number of students. Similarly, percentages can be used to calculate a value from a percentage.

Further details and formulas for calculating percentages can be found on Bettermarks.com.