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If you want the formulas and any calculations, select the corresponding cell and press F2(Function Key on key board), It will show all calculations and formulas Automatically Question: P5-5 Change Analysis Item Year 1 Year 2 Amount Percent 1 ----- 3,000 2 6,000 (4,000) 3 (7,000) 4,000 4 4,000 ____ 5 8,000 10,000 Determine the absolute change and the percentage for these items. Solution: Computation of the absolute change and the percentage for these items
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Unformatted text preview: Items Year 1 Year 2 Change in Amount Change in Percentage 1 \$- \$3,000 \$3,000 -No percentage Here coz year 1 no amount 2 \$6,000 \$(4,000) \$(10,000)-167% 166.667% decrease 3 \$(7,000) \$4,000 \$11,000 -157% 157.143% increase 4 \$4,000 \$- \$(4,000)-100% 100% decrease 5 \$8,000 \$10,000 \$2,000 25% 25% increase...
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