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- TomVLv 74 weeks agoFavourite answer
Percent Change = [(final value - original value)/original value] x 100%

Given:original value = $2.30

final value = $2.45

Percent Change = [(2.45 - 2.30)/2.30]•100%

= (0.15/2.30) • 100%

= 6.5%

It is a percentage increase because it is greater than zero. Had it been less than zero, it would be a percentage decrease.

- rotchmLv 74 weeks ago
Relative to the initial price of 2.30, it increased by 0.15 dollars.

Its percentage increase is thus 0.15/2.30 * 100 = [left for you].

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