it is impossible to say for sure as pools are dynamic, and it will depend on the ratio of pooled assets in the pool at the moment you deicde to withdraw your liquidity.
here is a reasonable article explaining IL impermanentlossexplained
this video is also good https://youtu.be/3up4n1_pkQg?t=140
you can also use this tool for rough estimation advancedimpermanentlosscalculator
estimating your usecases using the tool above:
letâ€™s assume 1 mTSLA at the moment of providing liquidity was $100
so, you provide 1 mTSLA and $100

usecase 1
 price of mTSLA drops to $50
 pool more or less stabilizes
 if you withdraw your funds you will have ~1.4 mTSLA and $70, which would be ~$140 total value + MIR rewards for providing liquidity
 if you just held 2 mTSLA without providing liquidity, total value would be $100
 if you just held $200 without providing liquidity, total value would be $200 (surprisingly)

usecase 2
 price of mTSLA rises to $300
 pool more or less stabilizes
 if you withdraw your funds you will have ~0.6 mTSLA and ~$170, which would be ~$350 total value + MIR rewards for providing liquidity
 if you just held 2 mTSLA without providing liquidity, total value would be $600
 if you just held $200 without providing liquidity, total value would be still $200
and of course it is called impermanent because if mTSLA first drops to $50 and then rises back to $100  you will have your 1 mTSLA and $100 again