## How do you take 30% off a price?

**How do I calculate 30 percent off?**

- Take the pre-sale price.
- Divide the original price by 100 and multiply it by 30.
- Take this new number away from the original one.
- The new number is your discounted value.
- Laugh at how much money you’re saving!

## What is 30% off?

For the item on sale at 30% off, **you would need to pay 70% of the price. Thus, a $100 item would cost $35 after both discounts. An 80% off sale means that you pay 100% 80%, or 20% of the original cost of the item. Thus, an item that originally cost $100 on sale at 80% off costs 20% u2022 $100 or $20.**

## How do you subtract 30% from a price?

In other words, multiply by 100 percent minus the percentage you want to subtract, in decimal form. To subtract 20 percent, multiply by 80 percent (0.8). To subtract 30 percent, **multiply the number by 70 percent (0.7)**

## How do you take 30% off a number?

**To take 30 percent off a number:**

- Divide the number by 10.
- Triple this new number.
- Subtract your triple from your starting number.
- That’s 30 percent off! For $30, you should have $21.

## How do you calculate 30% of something?

Once you have the decimal figure, multiply it by the number for which you seek to calculate the percentage; i.e., if you need to know 30 percent of 100, you convert 30 percent to a decimal (**0.30) and multiply it by 100 (0.30 x 100, which equals 30).**

## What does it mean when it says 30% off?

**How do I calculate 30 percent off?**

- Take the pre-sale price.
- Divide the original price by 100 and multiply it by 30.
- Take this new number away from the original one.
- The new number is your discounted value.
- Laugh at how much money you’re saving!

## How do you find 30 percent of a number?

**How do I calculate 30 percent off?**

- Take the pre-sale price.
- Divide the original price by 100 and multiply it by 30.
- Take this new number away from the original one.
- The new number is your discounted value.
- Laugh at how much money you’re saving!