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Find % of Increase or Decrease Used in the real world so businesses can tell how their company really is % can be over 100% Ex. If I start a company with 100$ and after 1 month I have 800$, what is my % of increase or decrease? Steps 1.Subtract given numbers 2. put subtracted amount on top and the ORIGINAL # on the bottom 3. change fraction to %

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Steps 1.Subtract given numbers 2.put subtracted amount on top and the ORIGINAL # on the bottom 3.change fraction to % 800 -100 = 700 100 7. = 700%

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I had 25$ on Friday now I only have 5. what is my % of increase or decrease? 25 -5= 20 20 25 =.8 80%

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