 # Percentage Increase & Decrease

## Percentage Increase & Decrease without a Calculator      Example 1 Increase 368 by 76% In this example, we have found 50%, 10%, 5% and 1% (of 368) to calculate 76% which we then added to 368. Example 2 Decrease 470 by 16% In this example, we found 10%, 5% and 1% (of 470) to calculate 16% which we then subtracted from 470 to decrease it by 16%.
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