How do you calculate percentage variance?

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To calculate percentage variance you first need to have two numbers. You then subtract the old number from the new number. Then divide that number by the old number. Then, multiply that answer by 100. Then you will have your percentage.
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To calculate a percentage variance you would subtract value one from value two. The resulting number is divided by value one and then multiplied by 100 to generate a percentage.
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