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# What are the steps to solve a percent change problem?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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6y ago

To find the percentage change:

1. find the change as in new value - original value; this can be a negative amount which implies a reduction
2. divide the value found in step 1 by the original value;
3. multiply by 100 %

percentage change = (new value - original value)/original value × 100 %

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