# Percentages formual

#### drluke

##### Active Member
I want to have a formula that calculates:

100 - 30% then calculate 90% of the answer (ie 70), so 100- 30% = 70 90% of 70 = 63 - which is what I want the formula result to be. Can this be put into one single formula?

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#### gaz_chops

##### Well-known Member
Try
=(100*(1-30%)*90%)

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