Please can you help me i need to find out what formula to use for this sum £176.37+12.8%=£198.95
The formula would be as follows:
X + Y%(X) = Z or 176.37 + .128(176.37)=198.95
If you were going to do this in MS Excelit would be:
assume 176.37 is in A! and the .128 is in A2 and the total will be in A3
A1 + A2(A1) = A3
Remember to multiply by percent, first divide the percent by 100
5% would be .05
Hope this helps
Loringh
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