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@irwin

To compute the Rate of Change (ROC) in VB.NET, you can use the following formula:

ROC = (Current Value - Previous Value) / Previous Value * 100

Here is an example code snippet to calculate the ROC in VB.NET:

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Public Function CalculateROC(currentValue As Double, previousValue As Double) As Double Return ((currentValue - previousValue) / previousValue) * 100 End Function |

You can call this function and pass in the current and previous values to calculate the ROC. For example:

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Dim currentValue As Double = 50 Dim previousValue As Double = 45 Dim roc As Double = CalculateROC(currentValue, previousValue) Console.WriteLine("Rate of Change (ROC): " & roc & "%") |

This code snippet will output the Rate of Change between the current and previous values in percentage.

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