Basically, percent profit is:
(selling price - cost) / cost = decimal equivalent of percent profit
Ex. If selling price was 4 dollars, and the cost was only 2 dollar, the percent profit is:
( 4 - 2 ) / 2 = 2/2 = 1.0
To convert the resulting decimal equivalent of the percent to an indicated percentage then multiply the value (here 1.0) by 100, or move the decimal point two places rightward.
1.0 = 100% The percentage profit was 100%
15 to 30%
Percentage of change is basically used to find an increase or a decrease in a percentage from an originating point. Let's look at an example:On January 1st, 2012 our companies profit was $162,369. What is the percentage of increase or decrease if our companies profit was $126,639 on January 1st, 2011.Our formula: Increased (or Decreased) Value ÷ Initial Value x 100Let's go ahead and plug in our numbers.Initial Value: $126,639Increased Value: $162,369(162,369 ÷ 126,639) x 100 =1.282 x 100 = 128.21%So our companies profit increased 128.21% over the course of one year.
Contribution margin ratio
the new number divided by the old nuumber e.g If the new price is : £56 and the original price : £80 the percentage depreciation is: 56 / 80 = 0.7 ( the percentage decrease)
20% of them
gross profit divided by sales Sales = 250000 Cost = 100000 gross profit = 150000 150000 / 250000 = 60%
Profit = Selling price - CostSo in this case: Profit = $2.50 - $2Profit = $.50Percentage profit = (profit/selling price) x 100So in this case: percentage profit = ($.50/$2.50) x 100Percentage profit = (.2) x 100Percentage profit = 20%Improved Answer:-It is: (2.50-2)/2 times 100 = 25% profit
profit can be calculated from profit percentage and cost price.profit percentage=profit*100/cost price.profit=selling price-cost price
The answer depends on percentage of WHAT!
Profit = (profit percentage / 100) x gross income
net profit percentage shows how much money is left, after paying expences from running the business, as a percentage.
It is 19900% profit!
% P = P/BP *100 % - percentage P - profit P/BP - fraction BP - buying price * 100 - times one houndred (you have to be given the buying price and the selling price to work out the percentage profit) REMEMBER TO CANCEL DOWN THE FRACTION!!!
Profit margin means the amount of profit you make measured in a percentage. This can include:Gross Profit marginNet Profit marginMarkup Profit margin
(Net profit/Net Revenue) * 100 = Net Profit Percentage Ex: Net Revenue = 10,000 USD Expenditure = 7500 USD Profit = 2500 USD Profit Percentage = 2500/10000 * 100 = 25%