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I would like the percentage between these 2 figures 1,130 & 1,058

I would like the percentage between these 2 figures 1,130 and 1,058.00. Cant remember the formular on how to do it

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It depends on which way you want to go.
100*(1,130-1,058)/1,130 gives 6.37% so the smaller number is 6.37% smaller than the larger number.
100*(1,130-1,058)/1,058 gives 6.81, so the larger number is 6.81% larger than the smaller number.

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