Calculation notes - N/M is used in the above table for not...

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Calculation notes: 1. 20X0 is the earlier year so the amount in the 20X0 column is subtracted from the  amount in the 20X1 column. 2. The percent change is the increase or decrease divided by the earlier amount (20X0  in this example) times 100. Written as a formula, the percent change is:  3. 4. If the earliest year is zero or negative, the percent calculated will not be meaningful. 
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Unformatted text preview: N/M is used in the above table for not meaningful. 5. Most percents are rounded to one decimal place unless more are meaningful. 6. A small absolute dollar item may have a large percentage change and be considered misleading....
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