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Find the % of increase or decrease in changing from the first number to the second.

20 to 17 = what % of decrease?

How do I figure this? Do I divide first the 20/17 whih equals 1.176 and that is my % of increase 1.18?

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    20-17 = 3 = actual decrease
    precent decrease is [3/20]*100

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