calculates, 3rd person singular present; calculating, present participle; calculated, past participle; calculated, past tense;
Determine (the amount or number of something) mathematically
Japanese land value was calculated at 2.5 times that of the U.S
he calculated that Texas would gain four new seats in the House of Representatives
Determine by reasoning, experience, or common sense; reckon or judge
I was bright enough to calculate that she had been on vacation
Include as an essential element in one's plans
he may have calculated on maximizing pressure for policy revision
Intend (an action) to have a particular effect
his last words were calculated to wound her
make a mathematical calculation or computation
judge to be probable
account: keep an account of
forecast: predict in advance
specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public
count: have faith or confidence in; "you can count on me to help you any time"; "Look to your friends for support"; "You can bet on that!"; "Depend on your family in times of crisis"
A calculation is a deliberate process for transforming one or more inputs into one or more results, with variable change.
Calculated is the only full-length record by American punk band Heavens to Betsy. It was released on January 1, 1994 on Kill Rock Stars.
(Calculation (game)) Calculation (also known as Broken IntervalsMorehead A. (1977). "The Complete Book of Solitaire & Patience Games", ISBN 0-553-20621-4, pg 83) is a solitaire card game. ...
(mathematics) To determine the value of something or the solution to something by a mathematical process; (mathematics) To determine values or solutions by a mathematical process; To plan something, especially something morally wrong
(calculating) this sense?) Which has the ability to calculate; Which serves one's own interests in an unemotional, analytical manner
A calculated value is derived or determined by the values of other fields. This value cannot be edited directly by a user, instead the source fields must be edited and a new derived value will be calculated.
(calculating) (adj.): shrewd; scheming
(Calculation) Interest is typically calculated using an interest rate. An interest rate is a percentage that is applied to the principal e.g. 5.00% on $100 would be $5. To calculate the interest rate for a given period the formula is interest received divided by principal [so 5/100=0. ...
(CALCULATION) To compute the actual balance of your Support Order. This is done by determining what should have been paid per all Child Support Orders, and then comparing that with what actually was paid by the Obligor according to the records of the CSEA.
(Calculation (seeing ahead)) A detailed analysis of the possible moves in a given position.
(Calculation) A combination of numbers, operators, and/or symbols designed to define a specific symbol.
(Calculation) Divided the Net Operating Income by the sale price. The resulting number is the “cap” or “capitalization” rate.
(Calculation) New cases = Number of cases under new definition - Number of cases under old definition
(Calculation) Total average lead time from: [Customer signature/authorization to order receipt] + [Order receipt to completion of order entry] + [Completion of order entry to start manufacture] + [Start manufacture to complete manufacture] + [Complete manufacture to customer receipt of order] + ...
(Calculation) Unless otherwise agreed with you our charges are based primarily on the time we spend in dealing with a matter, including meeting with you and perhaps others, time spent travelling, considering, preparing and working on papers, correspondence and making and receiving telephone ...
(calculation) (in spectroscopy (science): Total orbital angular momentum and total spin angular momentum)
(calculation) Function performed on one or more cells in a spreadsheet. Started with an = (equal) sign in Excel.
(CALCULATIONS) Formal structural analysis to be presented to the customer, proving adequacy of the structure to the design criteria requirements.
(Calculations) Ability to work with numbers for mathematical operations such as addition and division