# [SOLUTION] / [SOLVED] Answered! I4, calculate the Actual Increase/Decrease from the first quarter to the second quarter. Subtract the First Quarter

I4, calculate the Actual Increase/Decrease from the first quarter to the second quarter. Subtract the First Quarter value (G4) from the second quarter Total (E4), and then divide that result by the First Quarter value. Press CTRL+ENTER.

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***ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS THE FORMULA THAT SHOULD BE ENTERED IN I4***

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Expert Answer

Formula that should be entered in I4 is:

=(E4-G4)/G4

This formula substracts G4 from E4 and then divide result by first quarter value

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