Per-mille or per-mil means parts per thousand.

One per-mille is equal to 1/1000 fraction:

1‰ = 1/1000 = 0.001

Ten per-mille is equal to 10/1000 fraction:

10‰ = 10/1000 = 0.01

One hundred per-mille is equal to 100/1000 fraction:

100‰ = 100/1000 = 0.1

One thousand per-mille is equal to 1000/1000 fraction:

1000‰ = 1000/1000 = 1

##### Example

What is 30 per-mille of 80$?

30‰ × 80$ = 0.030 × 80$ = 2.4$

## Per-mille sign

The per-mille sign is the symbol: ‰

It is written to the right side of the number. e.g: 600‰

## Per-mille – percent conversion

One per-mille is equal to 0.1 percent:

1‰ = 0.1%

One percent is equal to 10 per-mille:

1% = 10‰

## Per-mille – percent – decimal table

Per-mille | Percent | Decimal |
---|---|---|

1‰ | 0.1% | 0.001 |

5‰ | 0.5% | 0.005 |

10‰ | 1% | 0.01 |

50‰ | 5% | 0.05 |

100‰ | 10% | 0.1 |

500‰ | 50% | 0.5 |

1000‰ | 100% | 1 |

## Technical Information

Unicode name | Per Mille Sign |

Unicode number | U+2030 |

HTML code | ‰ |

CSS-code | \2030 |

Section | Basic Punctuation |

Unicode version: | 1.1 (1993) |

Alt-code | Alt 0137 |

## Encoding

Encoding | hex | dec (bytes) | dec | binary |
---|---|---|---|---|

UTF-8 | E2 80 B0 | 226 128 176 | 14844080 | 11100010 10000000 10110000 |

UTF-16BE | 20 30 | 32 48 | 8240 | 00100000 00110000 |

UTF-16LE | 30 20 | 48 32 | 12320 | 00110000 00100000 |

UTF-32BE | 00 00 20 30 | 0 0 32 48 | 8240 | 00000000 00000000 00100000 00110000 |

UTF-32LE | 30 20 00 00 | 48 32 0 0 | 807403520 | 00110000 00100000 00000000 00000000 |

## How do I put the ppm sign in Word?

It is indeed possible to put a ppm sign in Word and let’s look at a simple step-by-step instruction on how to do this.

First step. Open a new page and put the cursor on the first line, and then go to the top panel of the settings of the program, where you enter the “Insert” tab, where you find the “Symbols” section and find the “Symbol” icon.

Second step. Clicking on this icon, you will see an additional menu that shows the last used symbols, but we need the line “Other symbols”, and we click on it.

The third step. As a result, the “Symbol” menu will appear on the screen, where the “Symbols” tab will be opened right away. We find the line “Set”, where in the drop-down list we choose the line “punctuation marks” and among the many characters we click on the sign “Ppm”. After that, click on this sign twice, or click on the key “Insert”. After that, click on the “Close” button.

The fourth step. After that, the desired symbol will appear on the screen.