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From: Loyd <Loydlin@aol.com> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 2003052210:34:10 Subject: Re: PERCENTAGE OF CHANGE On 2003052204:49:51, ADEL wrote: > >HOW CAN I CALCULATE THE PERCENTAGE OF CHANGE FOR TWO NUMBERS? > EXAMPLE: SPARE PARTS CONSUMTION 2002 = 130000 > SPARE PARTS CONSUMTION 2003 = 120000 > This is what is known as percent of decrease. You divide the decrease by what you decreased from: For example: (130000-120000)/130000= 10000/130000 = approx .0769. You can convert that to percent by multiplying by 100. Thus, the answer is 7.69% Percent of increase is the same idea. Divide the increase by what you increased from.
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