I am currently wracking my brain to work out what should probably be a relatively simple per second calculation. I have a loading bar increase and at the end of that, it adds 1 to the total. The loading bar consists of:

```
wId = setInterval(worker_identify_call, wIdSpeed);
```

and

```
function worker_identify_call(){
worker_identify_amount++;
wElem.style.width = worker_identify_amount + '%';
}
```

wIdSpeed = 250.

I am trying to calculate how long, in seconds, it will take to reach the top of the loading bar (100%).

I currently have `((1000/wIdSpeed).toFixed(2))`

but that just calculates how long a cycle of `setInterval`

takes.

Any help is appreciated!

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Juan Pablo Isaza

If you want to recalculate after every cycle you have to move `workerString();`

to inside the function that loops.

As for the math, you need to get the remaining `(100 - worker_identify_amount)`

and check how many things it's adding per second and figure out the result from that.

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Juan Pablo Isaza
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I'm in idiot. For anyone that wants to find this in the future, it would be:

```
(((wIdSpeed/1000)*100).toFixed(2));
```

Where wIdSpeed is the speed of your interval.

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Juan Pablo Isaza
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