Percentage Difference Between Two Values
I am trying to create a formula that can work out the % difference between two values. The formula I am using is:
A1=1, B1=2, = 100%
A1=-1, B1=2, = 300%
This seems to work perfectly, apart from where there are zero numbers involved. The answers I want to have are as follows:
A1=0, B1=0, = 0%
A1=0, B1=-1, = -100%
A1=0, B1=1, = 100%
A1=-1, B1=0, = 100%
A1=1, B1=0, = -100%
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