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If
#x# is some changing quantity, and#Delta x# be the change in#x# value, then the percentage change can be found by#{Delta x}/x times 100#
Example
What is the percentage change (discount) of $12 discount on $300 item?
#{12}/{300} times 100=4%# discount
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The percentage change formula is:
#(X_2 / X_1  1) * 100# where
#X_1# is the original value and#X_2# is the final value.Example:
If Google's stock price increases from $500 to $575, it has increased by 15%.
#(575 / 500  1) * 100 = 15%# 
Answer:
See the process below:
Explanation:
The formula for calculating the percent change in a value between two points in time is:
#p% = (N  O)/O * 100# Where:
#p# is the percent change#N# is the New Value.#O# is the Old ValueTake the old and new values you are given in the problem, substitute them for
#O# and#N# and calculate the percent change 
The formula for calculating the percent change in a value between two points in time is:
#p = (N  O)/O * 100# Where:
#p# is the percent change#N# is the New Value#O# is the Old Value
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