How to Calculate Growth Rate?


To calculate growth rate ,the rate of change or percent change, growth rate from one period to another is calculated as follows: Percent Change = (value at end of period - value at beginning of period) or value at beginning of period * 100 and another way of expressing the equation for growth rate or percent change is: Percent change = (V present-V past)/V past*.
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