Enter the variable cost ($) and the net revenue ($) into the Variable Cost Ratio Calculator. The calculator will evaluate and display the Variable Cost Ratio.

## Variable Cost Ratio Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Variable Cost Ratio.

**VCR = VC / NR * 100**

- Where VCR is the Variable Cost Ratio (%)
- VC is the variable cost ($)
- NR is the net revenue ($)

## How to Calculate Variable Cost Ratio?

The following example problems outline how to calculate Variable Cost Ratio.

Example Problem #1:

- First, determine the variable cost ($).
- The variable cost ($) is given as: 1,000.

- Next, determine the net revenue ($).
- The net revenue ($) is provided as: 7,000.

- Finally, calculate the Variable Cost Ratio using the equation above:

VCR = VC / NR * 100

The values given above are inserted into the equation below and the solution is calculated:

VCR = 1000 / 7000 * 100 = 14.285 (%)

Example Problem #2:** **

For this problem, the variables required are provided below:

variable cost ($) = 600

net revenue ($) = 1500

Test your knowledge using the equation and check your answer with the calculator above.

VCR = VC / NR * 100** = ?**