Enter the initial and final values into the calculator to determine the C Value, which represents the relative change between two values.

## C Value Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the C Value.

C = (V<sub>1</sub> - V<sub>0</sub>) / V<sub>0</sub>

Variables:

- C is the C Value (dimensionless)
- V
_{0}is the initial value - V
_{1}is the final value

To calculate the C Value, subtract the initial value from the final value and then divide by the initial value. The result is a dimensionless number that represents the relative change.

## What is a C Value?

The C Value is a dimensionless number that represents the relative change between an initial and a final value. It is often used in finance, science, and engineering to compare the change in a variable over time or between different conditions. A positive C Value indicates an increase, while a negative C Value indicates a decrease.

## How to Calculate C Value?

The following steps outline how to calculate the C Value.

- First, determine the initial value (V
_{0}). - Next, determine the final value (V
_{1}). - Use the formula C = (V
_{1}– V_{0}) / V_{0}. - Finally, calculate the C Value.
- After inserting the variables and calculating the result, check your answer with the calculator above.

**Example Problem : **

Use the following variables as an example problem to test your knowledge.

Initial Value (V_{0}) = 50

Final Value (V_{1}) = 75