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Default percentage formula.....? pls help

Hi,

what is the percentage formula. Value / 100 is correct. genarly people are doing 5% on 2000 = 2000*5/100 right.
my problem is one colom is allready displayed % values & another colom is displayes values
EX: 23.19 frist colom. 2nd one is 100.00 client is given me formula Total % = 1st colom% * 2nd colom% (2319.00) i think this value is not make sense. How can i implement this one..

Pls help me any one do before this..

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MNR

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