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Q: What is The ratio of an amount of increase to the original amount expressed as a percent?

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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 ;)

120 times 75%=90 90+120=210

Percent Decrease = (Original Amount - New Amount)/(Original Amount) * 100% The percent decrease from 220 to 33 is 85%

(final amount/original amount)*100 This is NOT the percentage change.

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A percent of decrease (percentage decrease) is when a value is reduced by a percentage of its original amount. e.g. 100 decreased by 15 percent is 85. A percent of increase (percentage increase) is when a value in increased by a percentage of its original amount. e.g. 100 increased by 15 percent is 115.

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