# What Percent Increase from 40 to 60?

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(60 - 40)/40 x 100 = (20/40) x 100 = 50%

50 percent increase or raise from 40 is 60

**Problem**

Find What is the increase percentage for 40 to 60?

**Step by step workout**

step 1 Address the *formula*, input parameters & values

Formula :

Increase/Initial Value x 100 = Percent Increase (%)

Initial Value X = 40 & New Value Y = 60

Increase = (Y - X)

(60 - 40)/40 x 100 = ?

step 2 Apply the values in the percentage increase {(Y - X)/X x 100} formula

= (60 - 40)/40 x 100

= 20/40 x 100

= 50%

(60 - 40)/40 x 100 = 50%

**50** percent increase (%↑) or raise from 40 is 60 or 150% of 40 is 60

## Percentage Chart

The below chart for 50% raise of 40 and its nearest increase percent values for users reference.

Value Change | Percentage Increase |
---|---|

40 to 54 | 35% |

40 to 57 | 42.5% |

40 to 60 | 50% |

40 to 63 | 57.5% |

40 to 66 | 65% |

40 to 69 | 72.5% |

40 to 72 | 80% |

40 to 75 | 87.5% |

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