Enter the total price ($) and the total performance into the Calculator. The calculator will evaluate the Price Per Performance.

## Price Per Performance Formula

PPP = P / PER

Variables:

- PPP is the Price Per Performance ($/performance)
- P is the total price ($)
- PER is the total performance

To calculate the Price Per Performance, divide the price by the total performance or number of performances.

## How to Calculate Price Per Performance?

The following steps outline how to calculate the Price Per Performance.

- First, determine the total price ($).
- Next, determine the total performance.
- Next, gather the formula from above = PPP = P / PER.
- Finally, calculate the Price Per Performance.
- After inserting the variables and calculating the result, check your answer with the calculator above.

**Example Problem : **

Use the following variables as an example problem to test your knowledge.

total price ($) = 1800

total performance = 230

## FAQs

**What is considered a “performance” in the context of Price Per Performance?**

Performance can vary depending on the context. It could refer to the efficiency of a machine, the number of units produced, the speed of a service, or any measurable output that is relevant to the calculation.

**Can Price Per Performance be used to compare different products or services?**

Yes, Price Per Performance is a useful metric for comparing the cost-effectiveness of different products or services based on their performance. It helps in making informed decisions by considering both the cost and the output.

**Is there a minimum or maximum value for the “total performance” in the formula?**

There is no inherent minimum or maximum value for total performance; it is context-dependent. However, the performance value should be positive and relevant to the comparison being made.

**How does the Price Per Performance calculator handle decimal or fractional performance values?**

The calculator is designed to handle decimal and fractional values for performance. It will accurately calculate the Price Per Performance even if the total performance is not a whole number, providing precise results for detailed analyses.