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Q: How do you find the percent of an increase or decrease?

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Identify the percent of change as an increase or a decrease.120 meals to 52 meals

This is a 39.5349% increase which rounds to 39.5%

Whether the change is an increase or decrease . . . -- Divide the new number by the original number. -- Multiply the result by 100. -- Subtract 100. -- Now you have the percent of change.

Percent Increase= (New Amount - Original Amount)/Original AmountExample:New amount: 200Original amount:5(200 - 5)/5(195)/5 = 39% increasePercent Decrease = ? Someone edit this part ;)

The decrease from 60 to 54 is: 10%

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Identify the percent of change as an increase or a decrease.120 meals to 52 meals

percent increase and decrease is how much percent it had increased from a certain amount of number, like discounts and markups

This is a 39.5349% increase which rounds to 39.5%

The percent in the decrease of 25 to 20 = 20%

70% decrease.

This is a decrease of 12%

It is a 40% decrease.

88.3721% decrease.

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