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Q: Why do you decrease the value if you use a larger unit and increase the value for a smaller unit?

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% change is the % of increase or % of decrease. % change = (difference of the two values / the original value) x 100% =[(original value - new value)/original value] x 100% % increase -if the value increased % decrease -if the value decreased

Subtract the absolute value of the smaller number from the absolute value of the larger number. The answer will have the sign of the larger numbers.

work out the difference between the new value and the original value. divide this value by the original value multiply this value by 100 to give you the percentage

Y would decrease in value as X increases in value.

By finding the differences between the x and y columns on the table.

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% increase or decrease = |original value - new value| /original value * 100%

% change is the % of increase or % of decrease. % change = (difference of the two values / the original value) x 100% =[(original value - new value)/original value] x 100% % increase -if the value increased % decrease -if the value decreased

decrease

4710 to 4164 is a decrease of 546 (-11.5924%).

the new value minus the old value, then divide it by the old value, times 100%, if the value is positive, it's the percentage increase, if it's negative, it's the percentage decrease.

Increase

In the vast majority of cases, No, it will not increase the value. It will in most cases decrease the value.

The Ph will decrease. This is because water has a neutral Ph value of 7 so if an acid which has a lower Ph value than water is added to it, the Ph will decrease

The country would have to either increase the dollar value of exports or decrease the dollar value of imports.

Moving from a smaller value to a larger value.

16.1 is larger cause if the 1 is in the tenths then it has a larger value and 2 which is in the hundredths is a smaller value remember tenths are larger behind the decimal and more than tenths is a smaller value behind the decimal

An increment is an increase in value, while a decrement is a decrease in value.

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