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When the form is asking you this, it is asking you to think about how much much total revenue (money) you will receive and compare that to how much money you receive for just that specific product. Remember that revenue is not profit  it is just how much money you receive in sales. For example, if I expect my blacksmith shop to bring in about $\$5000$ a month in sales, and that includes my estimate of $\$800$ int axes, then I need to know what percentage is $\$800$ of $\$5000.$ To calculate this kind of percentage, you just multiply the smaller number by 100 and then divide by the larger number. So for my example, $\large \frac{800 \times 100}{5000}.$ That's 16%.
Hope this helps,  


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