**tomorrownight**hello,

i created a nice form with you guys but now the person who asked me to make it wants to add discounts. Is there a way of reducing the form calculation down by 10% or something? There is no percent options in the Maths that i can see. thanks

Adam

**Charlie**It depends on how your form is setup. You just need to convert the percentage to decimal places.

Example:

To get 10% on your price, just do this formula:

Price x 0.10 = 10% of the price

To get 20% on your price, just do this formula:

Price x 0.20 = 20% of the price

...and so on.

However, it depends on how your form is setup. Here's my test form: https://form.jotform.com/60335126857962. In my end, I will let my users set a discount percentage, this means the inputted number is not converted to a 2 decimal value, I need to convert them first. My formula would be like this:

Price - ( (Discount % / 100 ) * Price ) = total price minus the discount

Example:

Price = 100

Discount = 10 (which means 10%, no need to add "%" sign)

Formula calculation:

= 100 - ( ( 10 / 100 ) * 100 )

= 100 - ( (0.1) * 100 )

= 100 - ( 10 )

= 90 total price

I hope that helps. Do let us know if you need more information on this.

**tomorrownight**awesome, i really should have got that as its basic maths shouldnt i? Im sorry.

thanks alot!

- JotForm Support
**Chriistian**On behalf of my colleague, Charlie, you are welcome. If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us again.