Introducing our Percentage of a Percentage Calculator – your go-to tool for effortlessly computing cumulative values based on two input percentages. Whether you’re multiplying percentages or determining new values after each percentage application, this calculator has you covered.

**Example:**

Let’s say you have a first percentage of 25% and a second percentage of 33%. The calculator computes (0.25)(0.33) = 0.0825 or 8.25%. Applying this to numbers, if your original value is 10, you can find the value after the first percentage by multiplying: 10 * 0.25 = 2.5. Then, multiplying 2.5 by 0.33 gives you 0.825.

Alternatively, you can input the original value, the value after the first percentage, and the final value, and the calculator will determine the corresponding percentages.

**FAQ:**

**1. What are percentages?**

Percentages represent a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100. They are convenient for conceptualizing proportions and are denoted by the ‘%’ sign.

**2. How can I find the percentage of a percentage?**

To calculate the percentage of a percentage, convert each percentage to decimal form (divide by 100), multiply the decimals, and if needed, convert back to a percentage.

**3. Can a percentage of a percentage exceed 100?**

Yes, cumulative percentages can surpass 100% if the individual percentages are high. However, a single entity cannot exceed 100%.

**4. What is the final value of 160 if the cumulative percentage is 8.75%?**

Assuming a first percentage of 25% and a second percentage of 35%, the final value of 160 would be 14. This is computed by finding the percentage of a percentage: (0.25)(0.35) = 0.0875 = 8.75%, then applying it to the original value (160 * 0.0875 = 14).