## Method 1 – Creating an Excel Formula to Calculate a Discount Price

Suppose we have a dataset of a Mobile selling shop with their product Selling Price and discount Percentage for various products. Using a formula will calculate the Discount Price in the workbook.

### Case 1.1 – Using the Subtraction Formula

**Steps:**

- Select a
**cell**. Here we have selected**cell**(**F5**) to apply the formula. - Insert the following formula:

`=D5-(D5*E5)`

- Press
**Enter**to continue. - Pull the
**fill****handle**down to fill all the cells.

- This will get the discount price for all products.

### Case 1.2 – Applying a Multiplication Formula

**Steps:**

- Choose a
**cell**(**F5**) to apply the formula. - Insert the following formula:

`=D5*(1-E5)`

- Hit
**Enter.** - Drag the
**fill****handle**down to get the full results.

- Here’s the final result.

## Method 2 – Applying a Formula to Calculate a Discount Percentage in Excel

Suppose we have a dataset where we have the **Selling Price **& **Discount Price **of different products. Now we will calculate the **Discount Percentage**.

### Case 2.1 – Dividing by the Original Price

**Steps:**

- Choose a cell. Here we have selected
**cell**(**F5**) to apply the formula. - Copy the following formula into the cell:

`=(D5-E5)/D5`

- Hit
**Enter**and drag down the**fill****handle**to fill the rest of the cells with the discount percentage.

- We got the discount percentage in our desired column.

### Case 2.2 – Subtracting from One

**Steps:**

- Choose a
**cell**(**F5**). - Apply the following formula:

`=1-(E5/D5)`

- Hit
**Enter.** - Pull the
**fill****handle**down to fill.

- This will calculate the discount easily in Excel.

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