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## percentage

Hi everyone I am trying to find the cash percentage refund total in the following table in Power Bi, could someone please help with the formula, please

 Ticket Total Sales Percent Refund 5-15 £210.00 48.00% £100.80 16-20 £520.00 75.00% £390.00

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Super User

Hi @pb14 ,

To calculate for each row in Power Query it would be:

``[Refund] / [Total Sales]``

To calculate over the whole table as a DAX measure would be:

``````DIVIDE(
SUM(yourTable[Refund]),
SUM(yourTable[Total Sales]),
0
)``````

Pete

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Regular Visitor

Hi Pete thanks for this sorry the refund bit was what I am trying to find, I should have explained it better. so would it be

``````DIVIDE(
SUM(yourTable[percent]),
SUM(yourTable[Total Sales]),
0
)``````

to find the refund value over the table

Super User

Yes. When applied as a measure this calculation will give you the total refund percent of sales over the whole table.

When you add further dimensions to the same visual (e.g. department etc.) it will auto-aggregate over just those added dimensions.

Pete

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Super User

Hi @pb14 ,

To calculate for each row in Power Query it would be:

``[Refund] / [Total Sales]``

To calculate over the whole table as a DAX measure would be:

``````DIVIDE(
SUM(yourTable[Refund]),
SUM(yourTable[Total Sales]),
0
)``````

Pete

Now accepting Kudos! If my post helped you, why not give it a thumbs-up?

Proud to be a Datanaut!

Regular Visitor

Thank you for all your help Pete