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 How to calculate percentage change 2007-08-03 From Galland:I am working on graphs and I need to find the percentage of increase from one figure to another. How do I do that? For instance staff hours for 2006 were 28011 and for 2007 were 31230. How do I find the percentage of increase?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. A price increase and a consumption decrease 2014-08-16 From sujan:If the price of petrol increases by 25% and Rajesh intends to spend only 15% more on petrol then by how much % should he reduce the quantity of petrol he buys?Answered by Penny Nom. Percentage change 2014-05-09 From hi:the hw club had 46 members in sept. in april, the club had 24 members. what was the percent of change in the hw club's membership from sept. to apan increase or decrease in membership? ril? what isAnswered by Penny Nom. Increasing and decreasing sales 2013-03-06 From Meghan:Pace Design's sales increased by 30% in the first year, increased by 60% in the second year, decreased by 60% in the third year and increased by 90% in the fourth year. What was the cumulative change in sales over the 4 years?Answered by Penny Nom. Percentage increase 2009-01-19 From Destiny:In 1990 there were 25 springs in the park. This year there are 35 springs in the park. What is the percent increase?Answered by Penny. Percentages 1999-03-16 From Beth Barton:If I have two figures and want to know the difference between them, in Percentage, how do I proceed with a calculation? Example: 67,800 - 56,000 = 11,800 What percentage does this difference represent?Answered by Jack LeSage.

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