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.


  1. First, determine the total price ($). 
  2. Next, determine the total performance. 
  3. Next, gather the formula from above = PPP = P / PER.
  4. Finally, calculate the Price Per Performance.
  5. 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.