View source: R/misc_and_utility.R
fin_percent | R Documentation |
Determine the percent change needed to "undo" an initial percent change. Has a plot function as well. If an amount of $100 has 20% added, what percent do we need to drop it by to return to the original value?
fin_percent(20)
yields $100 increased by 20% = $120 (Percent to reverse = -17%)
fin_percent( percent, value = 100, symbol = "$", digits = 2, plot = TRUE, logY = TRUE )
percent |
Change in percent (enter 10 for 10%, not 0.1) |
value |
Principal |
symbol |
value units (default = "$") |
digits |
Rounding of results (default 2 places) |
plot |
Whether to plot the result (default TRUE) |
logY |
Whether to plot y axis as log (TRUE) |
new value and change required to return to baseline.
fin_interest()
Other Miscellaneous Functions:
deg2rad()
,
fin_NI()
,
fin_interest()
,
fin_valuation()
,
loadings.MxModel()
,
rad2deg()
,
umxBrownie()
# Percent needed to return to original value after 10% taken off fin_percent(-10) # Percent needed to return to original value after 10% added on fin_percent(10) # Percent needed to return to original value after 50% off 34.50 fin_percent(-50, value = 34.5)
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