# Calculating percentage of number with Tensorflow

In the print statements you get,

```
<tf.Tensor 'Mul_4:0' shape=() dtype=int32>
```

And other such statements. This is because Python is printing out the Tensor Objects and not their values. There are two methods to solve this .

Enable eager execution.

`import tensorflow as tf tf.enable_eager_execution()`

This will enable eager mode and you will get values of the tensors instead of the Tensor objects. This initializes the tensors immediately as they are declared ( and hence eager ).

Using

`tf.Session()`

A tf.Session() objects runs and evaluates tensors in the graph. It runs on graph mode and not eager mode.`with tf.Session as session: print( session.run( div ) )`

Try this it will certainly help:

```
>>> import tensorflow as tf
>>> a = tf.placeholder(tf.float32)
>>> b = tf.placeholder(tf.float32)
>>> sess = tf.Session()
>>> percentage = tf.divide(tf.multiply(a,100),b)
>>> sess.run(tf.global_variables_initializer())
>>> sess.run(percentage,feed_dict={a:4,b:20})
20.0
>>> sess.run(percentage,feed_dict={a:50,b:50})
100.0
>>> sess.close()
```

You can refer to simple example:

https://stackoverflow.com/a/39747526/4948889

Hope this helps.