The page shows the geometric growth rate equation to find the cumulative growth and its equivalent rate in percentage. In a series, geometric values are applicable to the compound growth over the discrete periods. Geometric growth formula is made simple, just divide the final value by the initial value to calculate growth rate and cumulative growth can be calculated by subtracting the growth rate by 1 and then divide the resultant value by 100.

Cumulative Growth (CR) = 100 x (Growth Rate - 1)

Based on the argument, geometric function varies with number of terms. It may have discrete graph or an exponential curve. For example, geometric growth is, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 etc., while its exponential growth would be 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 etc., In some period, geometric growth rate is taken as an annual growth rates, quarter-on-previous quarter growth rates or month-on-previous month growth rates.