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You subtract a percent (x%) by doing 100% - x%, then multiplying by that.  It's like this:

$50 minus 10%

$50 * (100-10)%

$50 * 90%

$50 * 0.9

$45

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Or you can do it like this:

$50 minus 10%

$50 minus 10% of $50

$50 minus 0.1 * $50

$50 minus $5

$45
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