132 days to 125.4 days, what is the percent change? Algebra Linear Equations Percent of Change 1 Answer smendyka · EZ as pi Nov 28, 2016 Answer: this is a #-5%# change. Explanation: The formula to measure the percent changed is: #p = (N - O)/O*100%# where #p# is the percent change, #N# is the New value and #O# is the Old value. We are given the Old value (132) and the New value (125.4) which we can substitute into the formula to calculate the percent change: #p = (125.4 - 132)/132*100%# #p = -6.6/132*100%# #p = (-660/132)%# #p = -5%# Related questions How do you solve percent change in word problems? What is the percent change formula? How do you solve a percent change equation? What is percent change? What is the price of the player if a $150 mp3 player is on sale for 30% off? By what percent was the shirt discounted if a $49.99 shirt goes on sale for $29.99? What was the pre-sale price of a TV that is 35% off and has a new price of $195? What will the new hourly rate be after an employee gets a #12%# raise at a store that currently ... If you earn $18 and receive a pay increase of 12% how much money will you make? How do you find the percent change if original: 66 dimes and new: 30 dimes? See all questions in Percent of Change Impact of this question 2065 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License